The Mason Years
Chapter 9: An absorptive capacity theory of knowledge spillover entrepreneurship
The knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship identifies new knowledge as a source of entrepreneurial opportunities, and suggests that entrepreneurs plan an important role in commercializing new knowledge developed in large incumbent firms or research institutions.
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