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Jones-Evans, D.; Zhang, Q.; Mackenzie, N.; Huggins, R. (2014)
Languages: English
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Whilst the roles of institutional and locational characteristics of a university in determining its entrepreneurial performance level has been examined in prior research studies, they are not fully acknowledged in current UK policies facilitating linkages between academics and businesses. This paper investigates the extent to which universities of different types and across different regions compare with each other with regard to their performance in entrepreneurial activities.
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