NIKOS Department for Entrepreneurship, Strategy, and Innovation Management

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Social Sciences

entrepreneurship
innovation
social media
university
entrepreneur
firm
Netherlands
customer
marketing
social movement
Internet
collective behavior
campaign
education
sustainability
high technology
market
science
mobilization
manager
physician
Values
networking
protest
interaction
reputation
donation
civil-military cooperation
spin-off
sustainable development
resources
coaching
organization
economics
twitter
community
mentoring
multi-level analysis
stakeholder
venture capital
fundraising
business education
infrastructure
management
knowledge
learning
driver
Law
educational setting
research ethics
strategic management
computer-mediated communication
communication
student
tactics
shareholder
regional policy
university teacher
scandal
willingness to pay
district
information management
biotechnology
assets
corporation
maturity
social construction
participation
Central Europe
autonomy
mass media
patent
urban development
search engine
Eastern Europe
globalization
legitimacy
nicotine
competitiveness
social capital
physical development
municipality
reform
smoking
bank
funding
examination
productivity
legislation
moral philosophy
commercialization
choice of studies
ability
industry
university policy
monitoring
innovation research
legitimation
typology
energy

Business & Economics

Entrepreneurs
Innovation
Entrepreneurship
Small and medium-sized enterprises
Social media
Industry
Innovation performance
The Netherlands
Interaction
World Wide Web
Factors
Business incubators
Social entrepreneurship
Value creation
Managers
Start-up
Marketing
Resources
Start-ups
Nanotechnology
New ventures
Entrepreneurial intention
New product development
Venture
Stakeholders
Incubator
Alliances
Entrepreneurial process
Co-creation
Effectuation
Literature review
Social networking sites
Web 2.0
Economic growth
High-tech
Retailers
Entrepreneurship education
Economics
Open innovation
Social networks
Medical devices
Family firms
Marketing tools
Ambidexterity
China
Politicians