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International Journal of Technology Management
Journal Prestige (SJR): 0.411
Citation Impact (citeScore): 1
Number of Followers: 4  
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ISSN (Print) 0267-5730 - ISSN (Online) 1741-5276
Published by Inderscience Publishers Homepage  [443 journals]
  • Entrepreneurial academics and academic entrepreneurs: a systematic
           literature review
    • Authors: Kristel Miller, Allen Alexander, James A. Cunningham, Ekaterina Albats
      Pages: 9 - 37
      Abstract: Universities are now viewed as key economic actors within regions and are central actors in shaping and influencing entrepreneurial ecosystems. This has meant that universities now have to become more entrepreneurial in offerings, outlook and culture. However, a core actor in this process who is often overlooked is the academic. The ability of an academic to effectively transfer knowledge to industry is key to universities achieving their entrepreneurial mission and ambition. This paper explores the changing roles of academics to identify key distinctions between entrepreneurial academics and academic entrepreneurs. This is done through a systematic literature review spanning 25 years drawing on selected high impact journals in innovation, entrepreneurship and higher education studies. We categorise the types of activity that academics typically engage in and identify the motivations and challenges they face. From this, we identify two types of academics, the entrepreneurial academic and academic entrepreneur. We posit that there is a need for both types of academics to contribute to the success of the entrepreneurial university and conclude by outlining some avenues for future research.
      Keywords: university industry collaboration; systematic literature review; SLR; university knowledge transfer; business engagement; commercialisation; entrepreneurship; entrepreneurial university; entrepreneurial academic; academic entrepreneur
      Citation: International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018) pp. 9 - 37
      PubDate: 2018-05-14T23:20:50-05:00
      DOI: 10.1504/IJTM.2018.091710
      Issue No: Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018)
  • University coworking-spaces: mechanisms, examples, and suggestions for
           entrepreneurial universities
    • Authors: Kristel Miller, Allen Alexander, James A. Cunningham, Ekaterina Albats
      Pages: 38 - 56
      Abstract: Universities can take the recent global trend of coworking-spaces to establish university coworking-spaces and build integrated concept for entrepreneurial universities. This conceptual paper discusses how university coworking-spaces can enrich entrepreneurial universities using the development of a new venture community, entrepreneurial self-efficacy, inspiration, autonomy, and knowledge flows, even international ones. Examples show how universities are pioneering with coworking-spaces. This paper also suggests how university coworking-spaces can integrate entrepreneurship education, linkages to firms, and admission structures, and use synergies through proper governance.
      Keywords: entrepreneurial university; coworking-spaces; coworking; new venture; student entrepreneurship
      Citation: International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018) pp. 38 - 56
      PubDate: 2018-05-14T23:20:50-05:00
      DOI: 10.1504/IJTM.2018.091709
      Issue No: Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018)
  • A performance-based taxonomy of entrepreneurial universities
    • Authors: Leire Markuerkiaga, Juan Ignacio Igartua, Nekane Errasti
      Pages: 57 - 85
      Abstract: The European higher education landscape has experienced dramatic changes in the last decades and the entrepreneurial university has turned into a potential solution to these perceived problems. Therefore, this paper proposes taxonomy of entrepreneurial universities. Based on a cluster analysis, three distinct groups are identified, within different phases of the transformation into an entrepreneurial university: one group of universities is in the first phase of the path, since they are not obtaining high entrepreneurial university results yet; another group is in the second phase of the path, obtaining good results in hard academic entrepreneurship activities; and, finally, the last group is composed of the most entrepreneurial universities. Moreover, universities are not motionless within a specific group, they can improve and move from one stage to the upper one; indeed, this paper shows the main levers for moving from one stage to another.
      Keywords: entrepreneurial university; performance; taxonomy; academic entrepreneurship activities; cluster analysis; entrepreneurial university results; academic entrepreneurship; higher education; internal entrepreneurship support factors; external entreprene
      Citation: International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018) pp. 57 - 85
      PubDate: 2018-05-14T23:20:50-05:00
      DOI: 10.1504/IJTM.2018.091713
      Issue No: Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018)
  • Business models of entrepreneurial universities in the area of vocational
           education - an exploratory analysis
    • Authors: Nizar Abdelkafi, Romy Hilbig, Sven M. Laudien
      Pages: 86 - 108
      Abstract: Universities have become increasingly entrepreneurial during the last several years, and research still widely ignores the existence of independent entrepreneurial actions of universities. This paper specifically deals with entrepreneurial activities that universities have recently started to embrace. In detail, it focuses on vocational education, an innovation step that enables universities to generate additional resources. This paper applies a qualitative research approach based on case studies to explore the business models of entrepreneurial universities in the realm of vocational education. In particular, it deals with universities that offer their services in an international context. Our paper allows for a deeper understanding of the key decisions and choices related to the business model of entrepreneurial universities in the area of vocational education and identifies three business model patterns that universities can apply to extend their traditional business models and embark on an evolutionary path to satisfy the necessity of independently generating funds. Thus, this research not only sheds light on entrepreneurial activities carried out by universities in general, it also goes deeper by showing how these activities shape the business model.
      Keywords: business model; business model innovation; modularity of business models; entrepreneurial university; vocational education
      Citation: International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018) pp. 86 - 108
      PubDate: 2018-05-14T23:20:50-05:00
      DOI: 10.1504/IJTM.2018.091716
      Issue No: Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018)
  • Entrepreneurial university: a stakeholder-based conceptualisation of the
           current state and an agenda for future research
    • Authors: Thomas Clauss, Aurel Moussa, Tobias Kesting
      Pages: 109 - 144
      Abstract: Research on the entrepreneurial university has been receiving increased attention in recent years. The growing literature stock has been leading to a rather unstructured research status quo, characterised by foci on particular elements and actors of the entrepreneurial university. Hence, our paper aims to systematically integrate the fragmented literature on entrepreneurial universities. Relying on the stakeholder theory, our paper provides a stakeholder-based conceptualisation. We identify seven research streams and devised an integrative systematic university-centred view on the entrepreneurial university itself and its core stakeholders within its organisational boundaries and beyond, such as researchers, firms, the economy and society. We illustrate and discuss the findings and conclude with a future research agenda. Due to its systemic nature, our integrative stakeholder-based conceptualisation of the literature on the entrepreneurial university enables the identification of important future research directions that particularly address the linkages between the stakeholder groups and the overall ecosystem.
      Keywords: entrepreneurial university; academic entrepreneurship; university-industry collaboration; university ecosystem; stakeholder; stakeholder theory; technology transfer; Triple Helix; university spin-off; Mode-2 knowledge production; academic
      Citation: International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018) pp. 109 - 144
      PubDate: 2018-05-14T23:20:50-05:00
      DOI: 10.1504/IJTM.2018.091726
      Issue No: Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018)
  • 'Mode 3' universities and academic firms: thinking beyond the box
           trans-disciplinarity and nonlinear innovation dynamics within coopetitive
           entrepreneurial ecosystems
    • Authors: Elias G. Carayannis, Evangelos Grigoroudis, David F.J. Campbell, Dirk Meissner, Dimitra Stamati
      Pages: 145 - 185
      Abstract: The main objective of the paper is to examine if 'Mode 3' universities represent a new and advanced type of an entrepreneurial university, perhaps transcending the entrepreneurial university, and identify the specific characteristics of 'Mode 3' universities. According to its definition, a 'Mode 3' university represents a type of organisation capable of higher order learning and in this regard a type of open, highly complex, and non-linear knowledge production system that seeks and realises creative ways of combining, recombining, and integrating different principles of knowledge production and knowledge application (e.g., 'Mode 1' and 'Mode 2'). Thus, 'Mode 3' universities clearly encourage diversity and heterogeneity, while they emphasise and engender creative and innovative organisational contexts for research, education, and innovation. Several examples are offered in this context in order to demonstrate how and why the concept of 'Mode 3' universities is better endowed for addressing the current and future challenges compared to a simple 'entrepreneurial university' approach. The full exploration of 'Mode 3' universities furthermore demands a strong linkage and contextualisation with (entrepreneurial) ecosystems.
      Keywords: academic firm; entrepreneurial university; innovation ecosystem; 'Mode 3' university; nonlinear innovation; trans-disciplinarity; thinking beyond the box; TB2; quadruple and quintuple helix innovation systems; higher education institution
      Citation: International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018) pp. 145 - 185
      PubDate: 2018-05-14T23:20:50-05:00
      DOI: 10.1504/IJTM.2018.091714
      Issue No: Vol. 77, No. 1/2/3 (2018)
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