Mirjam Knockaert
Mirjam Knockaert
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Building absorptive capacity to organise inbound open innovation in traditional industries
A Spithoven, B Clarysse, M Knockaert
Technovation 31 (1), 10-21, 2011
Mid-range universities’ linkages with industry: Knowledge types and the role of intermediaries
M Wright, B Clarysse, A Lockett, M Knockaert
Research policy 37 (8), 1205-1223, 2008
Academic spin-offs, formal technology transfer and capital raising
B Clarysse, M Wright, A Lockett, P Mustar, M Knockaert
Industrial and Corporate Change 16 (4), 609-640, 2007
The relationship between knowledge transfer, top management team composition, and performance: The case of science–based entrepreneurial firms
M Knockaert, D Ucbasaran, M Wright, B Clarysse
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 35 (4), 777-803, 2011
The influence of organizational culture and climate on entrepreneurial intentions among research scientists
A Huyghe, M Knockaert
The Journal of Technology Transfer 40, 138-160, 2015
Unraveling the “passion orchestra” in academia
A Huyghe, M Knockaert, M Obschonka
Journal of Business Venturing 31 (3), 344-364, 2016
The technology transfer ecosystem in academia. An organizational design perspective
M Good, M Knockaert, B Soppe, M Wright
Technovation 82, 35-50, 2019
Outside board members in high tech start-ups
B Clarysse, M Knockaert, A Lockett
Small Business Economics 29, 243-259, 2007
Joining forces: Top management team and board chair characteristics as antecedents of board service involvement
M Knockaert, ES Bjornali, T Erikson
Journal of Business Venturing 30 (3), 420-435, 2015
Technology transfer offices as boundary spanners in the pre-spin-off process: The case of a hybrid model
A Huyghe, M Knockaert, M Wright, E Piva
Small Business Economics 43, 289-307, 2014
The contribution of science parks: A literature review and future research agenda
L Lecluyse, M Knockaert, A Spithoven
The Journal of Technology Transfer 44, 559-595, 2019
Are researchers deliberately bypassing the technology transfer office? An analysis of TTO awareness
A Huyghe, M Knockaert, E Piva, M Wright
Small Business Economics 47, 589-607, 2016
The impact of technology intermediaries on firm cognitive capacity additionality
M Knockaert, A Spithoven, B Clarysse
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 81, 376-387, 2014
The impact of top management team characteristics and board service involvement on team effectiveness in high-tech start-ups
ES Bjornali, M Knockaert, T Erikson
Long Range Planning 49 (4), 447-463, 2016
The extent and nature of heterogeneity of venture capital selection behaviour in new technology‐based firms
M Knockaert, B Clarysse, M Wright
R&d Management 40 (4), 357-371, 2010
When stakeholder representation leads to faultlines. A study of board service performance in social enterprises
S Crucke, M Knockaert
Journal of Management Studies 53 (5), 768-793, 2016
Signal strength, media attention, and resource mobilization: Evidence from new private equity firms
T Vanacker, DP Forbes, M Knockaert, S Manigart
Academy of Management Journal 63 (4), 1082-1105, 2020
Do human capital and fund characteristics drive follow-up behaviour of early stage high-tech VCs?
M Knockaert, A Lockett, B Clarysse, M Wright
International Journal of Technology Management 34 (1-2), 7-27, 2006
Outside board human capital and early stage high–tech firm performance
E Vandenbroucke, M Knockaert, D Ucbasaran
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 40 (4), 759-779, 2016
The service role of outside boards in high tech start‐ups: A resource dependency perspective
M Knockaert, D Ucbasaran
British Journal of Management 24 (1), 69-84, 2013
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