johan bruneel
johan bruneel
Professor of Entrepreneurship, IESEG School of Management & KU Leuven
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Investigating the factors that diminish the barriers to university–industry collaboration
J Bruneel, P d’Este, A Salter
Research policy 39 (7), 858-868, 2010
The Evolution of Business Incubators: Comparing demand and supply of business incubation services across different incubator generations
J Bruneel, T Ratinho, B Clarysse, A Groen
Technovation 32 (2), 110-121, 2012
Creating value in ecosystems: Crossing the chasm between knowledge and business ecosystems
B Clarysse, M Wright, J Bruneel, A Mahajan
Research policy 43 (7), 1164-1176, 2014
The social and economic mission of social enterprises: Dimensions, measurement, validation, and relation
R Stevens, N Moray, J Bruneel
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 39 (5), 1051-1082, 2015
Learning from experience and learning from others: How congenital and interorganizational learning substitute for experiential learning in young firm internationalization
J Bruneel, H Yli‐Renko, B Clarysse
Strategic entrepreneurship journal 4 (2), 164-182, 2010
Explaining growth paths of young technology‐based firms: structuring resource portfolios in different competitive environments
B Clarysse, J Bruneel, M Wright
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 5 (2), 137-157, 2011
Attention allocation to multiple goals: The case of for‐profit social enterprises
R Stevens, N Moray, J Bruneel, B Clarysse
Strategic management journal 36 (7), 1006-1016, 2015
Nurturing and growing innovative start‐ups: the role of policy as integrator
B Clarysse, J Bruneel
R&d Management 37 (2), 139-149, 2007
Balancing competing logics in for-profit social enterprises: A need for hybrid governance
J Bruneel, N Moray, R Stevens, Y Fassin
Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 7 (3), 263-288, 2016
Data envelopment analysis and social enterprises: Analysing performance, strategic orientation and mission drift
M Staessens, PJ Kerstens, J Bruneel, L Cherchye
Journal of Business Ethics 159, 325-341, 2019
Entry mode research and SMEs: A review and future research agenda
J Bruneel, R De Cock
Journal of Small Business Management 54, 135-167, 2016
Commercialization strategy and internationalization outcomes in technology-based new ventures
N Symeonidou, J Bruneel, E Autio
Journal of Business Venturing 32 (3), 302-317, 2017
Impact of the type of corporate spin–off on growth
J Bruneel, E Van de Velde, B Clarysse
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 37 (4), 943-959, 2013
Breaking with the past: The need for innovation in the governance of nonprofit social enterprises
J Bruneel, B Clarysse, M Staessens, S Weemaes
Academy of Management Perspectives 34 (2), 209-225, 2020
Making the lean start-up method work: the role of prior market knowledge
R De Cock, J Bruneel, A Bobelyn
Journal of Small Business Management 58 (5), 975-1002, 2020
The impact of financial slack on explorative and exploitative knowledge sourcing from universities: evidence from the UK
J Bruneel, P D’Este, A Salter
Industrial and Corporate Change 25 (4), 689-706, 2016
Interorganizational trust and technology complexity: Evidence for new technology‐based firms
J Bruneel, A Spithoven, B Clarysse
Journal of Small Business Management 55, 256-274, 2017
Building trust: a matter of proximity?
J Bruneel, A Spithoven, A Maesen
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 2007
The Search for Talent and Technology: Examining the attitudes of EPSRC industrial collaborators towards universities
J Bruneel, J Bruneel
Advanced Institute of Management Research, 2009
The role of prior domestic experience and prior shared experience in young firm internationalization
J Bruneel, B Clarysse, E Autio
International Small Business Journal 36 (3), 265-284, 2018
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