Institute of Technology in 2015 which these papers were selected for this special issue. James A. Cunningham wishes to acknowledge the funding support of the authors wish to acknowledge funding support of
their constructive feedback which has shaped this paper. James A. Cunningham acknowledges the funding support of Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and cofunding under the European Regional Development Fund
This special issue presents an opportunity to explore the international aspects of academic and university based international entrepreneurship. Over the last decades much research attention has been focused on university spin-off firms (USOs) on issues such as, creation, risk, strategies and performance (see Druilhe and Garnsey, 2004; Link and Scott, 2005; Lockett and Wright...
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