Erratum to: Does context matter in academic entrepreneurship? The role of barriers and drivers in the regional and national context

The Journal of Technology Transfer, Feb 2017

Todd Davey, Sue Rossano, Peter van der Sijde

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Erratum to: Does context matter in academic entrepreneurship? The role of barriers and drivers in the regional and national context

J Technol Transf Erratum to: Does context matter in academic entrepreneurship? The role of barriers and drivers in the regional and national context Todd Davey 0 1 2 Sue Rossano 0 1 2 Peter van der Sijde 0 1 2 0 Faculty of Social Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam , Amsterdam , The Netherlands 1 Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam , Amsterdam , The Netherlands 2 Science-to-Business Marketing Research Centre, Mu ̈nster University of Applied Sciences , Johann-Krane-Weg 27, 48149 Mu ̈nster , Germany Resulting from a colleague's review of the article, the authors wish to amend the following: Two hypotheses were reframed That the regional context significantly influences the perception of the UBC drivers and barriers facing academics in their entrepreneurial endeavours. Hypothesis 3 Hypothesis 3 That the perception of the UBC drivers and barriers facing academics in their entrepreneurial endeavours differs between regions. The variable ‘country’ significantly explains the extent of academic The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1007/s10961-015-9450-7. entrepreneurship W ( y n a 7 5 1 5 0 3 2 1 - - * 3 8 9 2 .0 . 1 0 0 * * * 3 3 0 7 .2 . 1 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - * * * * * * 2 5 4 6 7 9 3 3 3 5 3 0 0 8 .0 .1 .0 .1 .2 .5 .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .6010 .2020 .0090 .0560 .0150 .0390 .0470 .088*0 .263**0 .1072** .0045 .0054 .0076* .0037 .0013 .0005 .2062* .0056 * g n i r e e le4irsseegnoR tifaecacdonm liltrrsaeabvon trynou reacnF raenyGm raygnuH ltIay tlrseeaehnhdTN ladnoP ltraguoP iaanoRm ianpS eendSw KU liandnF reedn eg itifrseenvuopyy ltiiiitirrssaaeenoudvnT itiilirfsseeaevnpopdU liitiirssacceeeunnhvT ititirrsseeenvuhO lfreaeenokogdw iliisscaececedonBm liceeaogoynhdnngnT b te G A T A a x o C T E C s e c n e i c s * * * * 69 54 64 43 03 13 75 52 89 23 81 .00 .00 .30 .00 .00 .10 .40 .20 .10 .07 .06 * * * * 5 5 0 0 3 6 3 1 1 5 0 8 3 0 2 2 1 3 2 2 8 5 S 3 ) N ( * * 4 5 3 6 . 0 K .3 U 3 * 9 8 0 . ll .32 0 A 3 ) n a e m ( ? p i h s r u e n e r p e r t n e 9 4 3 1 Altered to: Effect on paper’s results: none, the changes align the hypotheses with the aim of the article and more accurately describe the hypotheses driving the analyses. Corrected means scale below Table 3 Means scale: Dependent variable means scale: 1 = ‘not at all’, 10 = ‘very high’. Effect on paper’s results: none. Addition of dummy variables for the regression analysis published as Table 4 In the regression analysis, no dummy variables were created to analyse categorical variables. Resultantly we have recreated our analysis with these variables and present a new regression in Table 4. Effect on paper’s results: Whilst some changes in values in the table can be observed, the conclusions of the article that can be drawn from the (new) analyses remain the same as the original analysis, as follows: The explained variance R2 for each of the countries analysed increased, in particular for the UK from 0.571 to 0.723 (Adjusted R2 = 0.681) and Poland from 0.212 to 0.341 (Adjusted R2 = -0.039). Contributing to this R2 increase in the UK is an increase in the significance (t values) of Access Drivers (0.325* to 0.475**) as well as Funding Barriers in the UK (0.313* to 0.364**). UK: Usability of Results Barriers and Research Drivers no longer has a significant effect on the extent of entrepreneurship, although this bears no consequence on the article’s conclusions. For UK academics, drivers play a significant role in influencing them to be entrepreneurial. Access to opportunities including resources, funding, data and work and interest in getting their research into use are strong influencing factors for them to take entrepreneurial activity as is the ability of the entrepreneurial activity to contribute to their research objectives. Germany: Relationship Drivers and Access Drivers are no longer significant. However, for German academics, ‘research driver’ and ‘university mission driver’ remain significant and help explain the entrepreneurial behaviour of academics. Adjusted summary of hypothesis results published in Table 5 The reframed hypotheses have replaced now. Barriers and drivers in each country Extent of entrepreneurship Supported


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Todd Davey, Sue Rossano, Peter van der Sijde. Erratum to: Does context matter in academic entrepreneurship? The role of barriers and drivers in the regional and national context, The Journal of Technology Transfer, 2017, 714-718, DOI: 10.1007/s10961-016-9547-7