More than policies: bricks, mortar, and entrepreneurship

Johnson, D. and Mackenzie, J. (2021) More than policies: bricks, mortar, and entrepreneurship. European Business Review, pp. 70-76.

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Science commercialisation activities at the university-industry boundary are key drivers to high-growth, sustainable university-centred entrepreneurial ecosystems (UCEEs). To support the commercialisation of university science, universities have invested in their built environment, including the construction of innovation centres. The authors investigated the Roslin Innovation Centre (Scotland, United Kingdom) to reveal the role of the built environment in driving science commercialisation and UCEE development. This article suggests important recommendations for stakeholders responsible for fostering entrepreneurial activities at the university-industry boundary and challenged with developing high-growth UCEEs.

Item Type:Articles
Additional Information:November - December 2021 issue.
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Johnson, Dr David
Authors: Johnson, D., and Mackenzie, J.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > Adam Smith Business School > Management
Research Group:Entrepreneurship, Development and Political Economy
Journal Name:European Business Review
Published Online:01 December 2021

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