Episode 50 – Kars Mennens – Exploring SME’s behavioural changes resulting from innovation policy: the effect of receiving a subsidy on intrapreneurship

Intrapreneurship is critical for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), in that it enhances innovation and organizational performance. This study details how intrapreneurship develops in subsidized relative to unsubsidized SMEs. We build on behavioural additionality research, as these studies examine changes in firm behaviour that occur after the firm receives public support.

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