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The role of universities in shaping the evolution of Silicon Valley’s ecosystem of innovation
(Triple Helix Journal, 2020)
Universities play a unique role in ecosystems of innovation. They interact with the other agents of the Triple Helix model, developing their functions in relation to each other and together with industry ...
La tendencia hacia la servitización en la gestión de la prevención de riesgos laborales
(Intangible Capital, 2014)
Objeto: Este artículo tiene por objetivo examinar la relación existente entre la siniestralidad laboral y el tipo de servicio de prevención del que se provee la empresa. Diseño/metodología: Utilizando ...
Is research mediating the relationship between teaching experience and student satisfaction?
(Studies in Higher Education, 2016-07-05)
This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Studies in Higher Education on 05/07/2016, available online: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03075079.2016.1201808
A bibliometric overview of university-business collaboration between 1980 and 2016
(Computación y Sistemas, 2018)
Bibliometrics is a research field that analyses bibliographic material from a quantitative point of view. Aiming at providing a comprehensive overview, this study scrutinises the academic literature in ...
Fulfilment of expectations on students’ perceived quality in the Catalan higher education system
(Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, 2020)
This study provides an innovative approach to the analysis of the antecedents of satisfaction. A discussion about different types of expectations and their configurations is presented, providing a new ...
Triple Helix and the evolution of ecosystems of innovation: the case of Silicon Valley
(Triple Helix, 2018-12-05)
Silicon Valley’s innovation ecosystem has evolved in the last decade. In this study we aim to understand how and why Silicon Valley evolves by identifying changes on the role played by the Triple Helix ...
The impact of moral awareness on the entrepreneurial orientation- performance relationship in new technology based firms
(Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 2011)
Prior studies have suggested the predominant role of the founder-manager´s moral awareness in the emergence and persistence of a strong entrepreneurial culture likely to shape the firm´s collective ...
Dealing with heterogeneity: an analysis of Spanish universities
(Tec Empresarial, 2019)
Universities are highly dependent on regulatory frameworks, the geographical setting as well as on requirements for the creation of the different outputs they pursue. As a result, universities are ...
Mission statements: what university research parks tell us about timing
(Journal of Business Strategy,, 2019)
Purpose Mission statements are a key element of any organization. Ideally, the mission statement should be written at the initial stages of an organization’s life to be a useful tool to guide future ...
Contract employment policy and research productivity of knowledge workers: an analysis of Spanish universities
(The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 2017-05-05)
This article investigates how contract employment practices adopted by universities—fixed-term contracts and permanent contracts—impact research productivity measured in terms of publications in scholarly ...