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Erik E. Lehmann and Katharine Wirsching

Lehmann and Wirsching show that little consensus exists among scholars relating to the definition of family entrepreneurship. However, two streams have emerged to advance the concept, both of which identify the willingness to transfer the business to the subsequent generation as a key definitional characteristic. Nonetheless, empirical research must address measurement problems for the construct of family entrepreneurship as well as related conceptions of entrepreneurial orientation.
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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Lawrence A. Plummer

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Katharine Wirsching

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David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Susanne Warning

This paper examines the impact of locational choice as a firm srategy to access knowledge spillovers from universities. Based on a large dataset of publicly listed, high-technolgy startup firms in Germany, we test the proposition that proximity to the university is shaped by different spillover mechanisms—research and human capital—and by different types of knowledge spillovers—natural scienes and social sciences.

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Marcel Hülsbeck and Erik E. Lehmann

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann

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David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann