Chapter 3: Academic and student entrepreneurs
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The attention in this chapter is on evidence of factors that have been shown to explain decisions made by academics to start their own companies. The discussion includes how discipline, age and gender affect the experience of the spin-off process for academics. It also reviews evidence on what influences whether students become entrepreneurs.

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