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Enno Masurel   Dr.  Institute, Department or Faculty Head 
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Enno Masurel published an article in August 2018.
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Peter Nijkamp

51 shared publications

Adam Mickiewicz University

Emiel L. Eijdenberg

4 shared publications

University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany

Leonard J. Paas

4 shared publications

School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing, Massey University Albany, Auckland, New Zealand

Deo Sabokwigina

1 shared publications

University of Iringa, Iringa, Tanzania

Patricia Van Hemert

1 shared publications

VU University Amsterdam

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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Performance and environmental sustainability orientations in the informal economy of a least developed country Emiel L. Eijdenberg, Deo Sabokwigina, Enno Masurel Published: 02 August 2018
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, doi: 10.1108/ijebr-01-2018-0040
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Article 4 Reads 5 Citations Decision-making and small business growth in Burundi Emiel L. Eijdenberg, Leonard J. Paas, Enno Masurel Published: 06 March 2017
Journal of Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies, doi: 10.1108/JEEE-12-2015-0065
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Article 2 Reads 25 Citations From innovation to commercialization through networks and agglomerations: analysis of sources of innovation, innovation ... Patricia Van Hemert, Enno Masurel, Peter Nijkamp Published: 02 August 2012
The Annals of Regional Science, doi: 10.1007/s00168-012-0509-1
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This study claims that policy makers may not be sufficiently aware of the importance of maintaining an appropriate balance between exploration and exploitation networks for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). On the basis of the open innovation model, policy makers are also increasingly stimulating SMEs to develop their exploration skills. In the Netherlands, a government subsidy called the ‘innovation voucher programme’ was introduced to stimulate SMEs to develop innovation in cooperation with knowledge institutes. Yet, although many studies show that SMEs tend to have a higher R&D productivity than larger firms, and innovative SMEs are more likely to make external networks with other SMEs or institutions such as universities, there is still little examination of the successfulness of SME’s innovation activities. The growing policy attention for the role of SMEs in innovation prompts the questions how innovation in SMEs can be facilitated, and which factors contribute to the success (or failure) of their innovation efforts. This study explores the innovation strategy of innovative Dutch SMEs by means of their sources of innovation, innovation capabilities, innovation performance, and commercialization sources. By means of structural equation modelling of a sample of 243 Dutch SMEs, this study shows that exploring (technology) opportunity together with institutions such as universities and private research establishments is important for successful innovation in SMEs. But, in addition, our model shows that contacts with competitors are also important for successful innovation performance. Our finding that openness of open innovation also applies to the commercialization phase is too often neglected by researchers and policy makers.
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