entrepreneurship & regional development

Editors – E6 – Ulla Hytti – Associate-Editor

I am a Professor, and head of Entrepreneurship subject at the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Turku.

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Authors – E11 – Sergey Anokhin – Flagship enterprises, entrepreneurial clusters, and business entry rates: insights from the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship

Employing a panel setting of 88 counties in the State of Ohio over the five-year period ending in 2006, this study aims to investigate the applicability of the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship in explaining the relationships between flagship enterprises, entrepreneurial clusters, and business entry rates.

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Editors – E5 – Johan Gaddefors – Associate-Editor

“Johan works with research, teaching and administration. He is the coordinator for EIS, a group of about ten researchers and teachers that works with research on Entrepreneurship and Innovation for Sustainable development.

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Editors – E4 – Natalia Vershinina – Associate-Editor

Natalia Vershinina is a Professor of Entrepreneurship at Audencia Business School in Nantes, France, and she previously worked at De Montfort University and University of Birmingham in the UK.

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Authors – E10 – Dianne H.B. Welsh – How much do network support and managerial skills affect women’s entrepreneurial success? The overlooked role of country economic development

Editors – E3 – Maura Mc Adam – Associate-Editor

Maura is a full Professor of Management and the first Director of Entrepreneurship at Dublin City University.

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Authors – E8 – Lydia Canovas-Saiz – A quantitative-based model to assess seed accelerators’ performance

Seed accelerators are a new generation of business incubators. While the number of seed accelerators worldwide has grown exponentially, there is as yet no consensus on how to measure and analyse their performance.

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Editors – E2 – Sarah Jack – Associate-Editor

Associate editor of Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Sarah Jack is the Jacob and Marcus Wallenberg Professor of Innovative and Sustainable Business Development at the House of Innovation, Stockholm School of Economics and Professor of Entrepreneurship (part time) at Lancaster University Management School.

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Authors – E7 – Stephen B. Adams – From orchards to chips: Silicon Valley’s evolving entrepreneurial ecosystem

The initial development of Silicon Valley and its indigenous start-ups relied on various endowments, including abundant resources and a set of institutions and know-how inherited from previous industrial activity.

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Authors – E6 – Roman Martin – When regional meets global: exploring the nature of global innovation networks in the video game industry in Southern Sweden

For firms in symbolic (creative) industries, the region is usually seen as the main arena for knowledge sourcing and exchange. Why and how these firms use global innovation networks remains however poorly understood.

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