Browsing Department of Political and Social Sciences (SPS) by Author "JONG, Simcha"
Title:Scientific communities and the birth of new industries: How academic institutions supported the formation of new biotechnology industries in three regions Author(s):JONG, SimchaDate:2007Citation:Florence, European University Institute, 2007Type of Publication:ThesisSeries/Report no.:EUI PhD theses; Department of Political and Social SciencesAbstract:no abstract available
Title:The Development of Minich and Cambridge Therapeutic Biotech Firms: A Case Study of Institutional Adaptation Author(s):JONG, SimchaDate:2006Type of Publication:Working PaperSeries/Report no.:EUI SPS; 2006/10Abstract:Defying institutional stereotypes which state that the German capitalist model does not support the formation of entrepreneurial high tech industries in technologically disruptive markets, Munich entrepreneurs have succeeded ...
Title:How Organizational Structures in Science Shape Spin-Off Firms: The Biochemistry Departments of Berkeley, Stanford, and Ucsf and the Birth of the Biotech Industry Author(s):JONG, SimchaDate:2006Citation:Industrial and Corporate Change, 2006, 15, 2, 251-283Type of Publication:ArticleAbstract:This article examines how the organizational capabilities of academic spin-off firms in new industries are shaped by the organization of the research communities in universities from which these spin-off firms emerge. ...