Use of infrastructures to support innovative entrepreneurship and business growth
Joaquín Alcázar and
Journal of Business Research, 2015, vol. 68, issue 11, 2290-2294
This research examines the relationship between growth and the use of support infrastructures for innovative entrepreneurship. The study considers three types of support infrastructure: incubators, technology centers, and universities. Employing crisp-set qualitative comparative analysis (csQCA), the study tests the existence of such relationships using empirical data from a sample (n=107) of young innovative companies. Results show that combining the use of incubators, technology centers, and universities can positively affect young innovate companies' growth.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship policy; Incubators; Technology centers; Universities; Young innovative companies (YICs); QCA (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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