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Exploring Board Formation and Evolution of Board Composition in Academic Spin-offs
(Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2010-02)
An in-depth analysis of eleven cases is used to provide insight into the neglected area of the dynamics of boards in academic spin-offs. Drawing on stage-based, resource dependence and social network theories, we explore ...
The role of the top management team and board in academic spin-offs
(HiST AFT Rapport01-2010, Peer reviewed; Research report, 2010-04-12)
This report addresses the under-studied area of the role of the top management team and board of directors in the development of academic spin-off companies originating from universities and public research institutes. The ...