Technology Entrepreneurship & neue Industrien

Forschung in diesem Bereich fokussiert sich darauf, wie Entrepreneure neu entstehende Technologien in neue Geschäfts-möglichkeiten umsetzen und zur Schaffung neuer Ökosysteme beitragen können.

Neue Industrien entstehen durch Technology Entrepreneurship

Was ist das Phänomen?

Die Entwicklung von neuen Industrien dauert typischerweise viele Jahre. Der damit zusammenhängende Prozess der Entstehung neuer Technologien hin zu dauerhaften Innovationen ist komplex. Technologieorientierte Entrepreneure spielen dabei eine Schlüsselrolle durch revolutionäre Produkte und Dienstleistungen.

Erfolgreiche Beispiele zeigen, dass eine nachhaltige Verbindung von Gründungsaktivitäten mit dem damit zusammenhängenden Netzwerk entscheidend ist. Dazu gehören andere etablierte Unternehmen, aber auch andere Gründer und deren spezifische Ökosysteme.

Was ist darüber bekannt?

Technologische Zyklen lassen sich gut durch Patentaktivitäten messen. Wenn sich eine Technologie dann am Markt durchsetzt, bezeichnet man diese als Dominant Design. Somit kann man technologische Innovationen analysieren und ggfs. Entwicklungen antizipieren.

Veränderungen sind immer schwierig, das liegt in der Natur von Innovation. Im Falle der digitalen Transformation äußert sich das in einer extremen Form. Entrepreneurship im Bereich neuer Technologien entwickelt sich hierbei nicht immer linear, Reaktionen bestehender Unternehmen (etablierte Player) auf neue Gründungen sind nicht immer positiv bzw. kooperativ.

Digital Entrepreneurship - Interfaces Between Digital Technologies and Entrepreneurship

Publikationen zum Forschungsschwerpunkt Technology Entrepreneurship & neue Industrien

  1. 2023

    1. Attalah, I., Nylund, P. A., & Brem, A. (2023). Who captures value from hackathons? Innovation contests with collective intelligence tools bridging creativity and coupled open innovation. Creativity and Innovation Management, 32(2), Article 2. https://doi.org/10.1111/caim.12552
    2. Haessler, P., Giones, F., & Brem, A. (2023). The who and how of commercializing emerging technologies: A technology-focused review. Technovation, 121, 102637. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2022.102637
    3. Shankar, R. K., Bettenmann, D., & Giones, F. (2023). Building Hyper-Awareness: How to Amplify Weak External Signals for Improved Strategic Agility. California Management Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/00081256231184912
    4. Zhao, Z., Haikel-Elsabeh, M., Baudier, P., Renard, D., & Brem, A. (2023). Need for Uniqueness and Word of Mouth in Disruptive Innovation Adoption: The Context of Self-Quantification. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 70(6), Article 6. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2021.3067639
  2. 2022

    1. Haessler, P., Giones, F., & Brem, A. (2022). The who and how of commercializing emerging technologies: A technology-focused review. Technovation, 102637. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2022.102637
    2. Dąbrowska, J., Almpanopoulou, A., Brem, A., Chesbrough, H., Cucino, V., Di Minin, A., Giones, F., Hakala, H., Marullo, C., Mention, A., Mortara, L., Nørskov, S., Nylund, P. A., Oddo, C. M., Radziwon, A., & Ritala, P. (2022). Digital transformation, for better or worse: a critical multi‐level research agenda. R&D Management. https://doi.org/10.1111/radm.12531
    3. Battisti, S., Agarwal, N., & Brem, A. (2022). Creating new tech entrepreneurs with digital platforms: Meta-organizations for shared value in data-driven retail ecosystems. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 175, 121392. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2021.121392
    4. Brem, A., & Utikal, V. (2022). Corporate Innovation Programs: A Way to Organize Creative Time in Companies. IEEE Engineering Management Review, 50(4), Article 4. https://doi.org/10.1109/EMR.2022.3221920
    5. Brem, A. (2022). Zur Relevanz betriebswirtschaftlicher Forschung in der Corona-Pandemie: die Rolle der BWL als Wissenschaft. Der Betriebswirt, 63(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.3790/dbw.63.1.27
    6. Bouncken, R. B., Ratzmann, M., Tiberius, V., & Brem, A. (2022). Pioneering Strategy in Supply Chain Relationships: How Coercive Power and Contract Completeness Influence Innovation. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 69(6), Article 6. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2020.3019965
  3. 2021

    1. Brem, A., Viardot, E., & Nylund, P. A. (2021). Implications of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak for innovation: Which technologies will improve our lives? Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 163, 120451. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2020.120451
    2. Brem, A., & Nylund, P. A. (2021). Home bias in international innovation systems: The emergence of dominant designs in the electric vehicle industry. Journal of Cleaner Production, 321, 128964. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.128964
    3. Giones, F., Kleine, K., & Tegtmeier, S. (2021). Students as scientists’ co-pilots at the onset of technology transfer: a two-way learning process. Journal of Technology Transfer. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10961-021-09880-3
    4. Bettenmann, D., Giones, F., Brem, A., & Gneiting, P. (2021). Break Out to Open Innovation. MIT Sloan Management Review, Winter 2022. https://sloanreview.mit.edu/article/break-out-to-open-innovation/
    5. Brem, A., Kongar, E., Eckert, C., Santiago, L. P., & Daim, T. U. (2021). Editorial: Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 68(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2020.3006327
    6. Nylund, P. A., Brem, A., & Agarwal, N. (2021). Enabling technologies mitigating climate change: The role of dominant designs in environmental innovation ecosystems. Technovation, 102271. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2021.102271
    7. Brem, A., Giones, F., & Werle, M. (2021). The AI Digital Revolution in Innovation: A Conceptual Framework of Artificial Intelligence Technologies for the Management of Innovation. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 1–7. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2021.3109983
    8. Elisa, U., Annalisa, C., Armin, S., Massimo, C., & Alexander, B. (2021). Digital technologies and the changing entrepreneurial finance landscape: Status quo and perspectives for future research. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 168, 120768. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2021.120768
    9. Nylund, P. A., Brem, A., & Agarwal, N. (2021). Innovation ecosystems for meeting sustainable development goals: The evolving roles of multinational enterprises. Journal of Cleaner Production, 281, 125329. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.125329
    10. Rohn, D., Bican, P. M., Brem, A., Kraus, S., & Clauss, T. (2021). Digital platform-based business models – An exploration of critical success factors. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 60, 101625. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jengtecman.2021.101625
    11. Battisti, S., & Brem, A. (2021). Digital entrepreneurs in technology-based spinoffs: an analysis of hybrid value creation in retail public–private partnerships to tackle showrooming. Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing, 36(10), Article 10. https://doi.org/10.1108/JBIM-01-2020-0051
    12. Brem, A. (2021). Was würde Schumpeter tun? Entrepreneurship in Zeiten der Covid-Pandemie. Zeitschrift für KMU und Entrepreneurship, 69(2), Article 2. https://doi.org/10.3790/zfke.69.2.137
    13. Obsuwan, S., Chandrashekar, D., Kraus, S., Brem, A., & Bouncken, R. (2021). Does Cultural Diversity Matter for Team Performance in Multinational companies? An Analysis of Conflict, Communication, Social Integration, creativity and satisfaction. International Journal of Innovation Management. https://doi.org/10.1142/S1363919621500821
    14. Ármane, S., Gärtig, S. İ., Tegtmeier, S., & Brem, A. (2021). STEM educated women entrepreneurs in Denmark, Latvia and Turkey: a context-based explorative study. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, 13(2), Article 2. https://doi.org/10.1504/ijev.2021.114409
    15. Zhao, Z., Haikel-Elsabeh, M., Baudier, P., Renard, D., & Brem, A. (2021). Need for Uniqueness and Word of Mouth in Disruptive Innovation Adoption: The Context of Self-Quantification. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 1–11. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2021.3067639
    16. Wang, N., Tiberius, V., Chen, X., Brem, A., & Yu, F. (2021). Idea selection and adoption by users – a process model in an online innovation community. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 33(9), Article 9. https://doi.org/10.1080/09537325.2020.1863055
  4. 2020

    1. Giones, F., & Miralles, F. (2020). Bound for glory or cursed for life Exploring the impact of initial resources on the venture emergence of new technology-based firms. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, 12(2), Article 2. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJEV.2020.105532
    2. Giones, F., Ungerer, C., & Baltes, G. (2020). Balancing financial, social and environmental values: can new ventures make an impact without sacrificing profits. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Venturing, 12(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJEV.2020.105138
    3. Straub, O., Bican, P., & Brem, A. (2020). Distinguishing Self-Sufficient Business Incubators in Start-up Incubation Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781788973533
    4. Rosca, E., Agarwal, N., & Brem, A. (2020). Women Entrepreneurs as Agents of Change: A Comparative Analysis of Social Entrepreneurship Processes in Emerging Markets. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 157(120067), Article 120067. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2020.120067
    5. Giones, F., Laufs, D., & Schultz, C. (2020). Co-creating Science Commercialization Opportunities for Blue Biotechnologies: The FucoSan Project. Sustainability, 12(14), Article 14. https://doi.org/10.3390/su12145578
    6. Markmann, C., Spickermann, A., von der Gracht, H. A., & Brem, A. (2020). Improving the question formulation in Delphi-like surveys: Analysis of the effects of abstract language and amount of information on response behavior. FUTURES & FORESIGHT SCIENCE, 3(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.1002/ffo2.56
    7. Giones, F., Brem, A., Pollack, J. M., Michaelis, T. L., Klyver, K., & Brinckmann, J. (2020). Revising entrepreneurial action in response to exogenous shocks: Considering the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Business Venturing Insights, 14(November), Article November. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbvi.2020.e00186
    8. Gender Differences in Technology and Innovation Management - Insights from Experimental Research. (2020). In A. Brem, P. Bican, & C. Wimschneider (Hrsg.), De Gruyter Studies in Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
    9. Bachmann, A. K., Maran, T., Furtner, M., Brem, A., & Welte, M. (2020). Improving entrepreneurial self-efficacy and the attitude towards starting a business venture. Review of Managerial Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11846-020-00394-0
    10. Henninger, P., Brem, A., Giones, F., Bican, P. M., & Wimschneider, C. (2020). Effectuation vs. Causation: Can Established Firms Use Start-Up Decision-Making Principles to Stay Innovative? International Journal of Innovation Management, 24(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.1142/S1363919620500024
    11. SCHEUENSTUHL, F., BICAN, P. M., & BREM, A. (2020). HOW CAN THE LEAN STARTUP APPROACH IMPROVE THE INNOVATION PROCESS OF ESTABLISHED COMPANIES? AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH. International Journal of Innovation Management, 25(03), Article 03. https://doi.org/10.1142/s1363919621500298
  5. 2019

    1. McPhee, C., Giones, F., & Dutta, D. K. (2019). Editorial: Technology Commercialization and Entrepreneurship (January 2019). Technology Innovation Management Review, 9(1), Article 1. https://doi.org/10.22215/timreview/1207
    2. Giones, F. (2019). University–industry collaborations: an industry perspective. Management Decision, 57(12), Article 12. https://doi.org/10.1108/MD-11-2018-1182
    3. Giones, F., Brem, A., & Berger, A. (2019). Strategic decisions in turbulent times: Lessons from the energy industry. Business Horizons, 62(2), Article 2. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bushor.2018.11.003
    4. Jahanshahi, A. A., & Brem, A. (2019). Entrepreneurs in Post-Sanctions Iran: Innovation or Imitation under Conditions of Perceived Environmental Uncertainty. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10490-018-9618-4
    5. Giones, F., Gozun, B., & Miralles, F. (2019). Unbundling the Influence of Human Capital on the New Ventures Performance. DLSU Business & Economics Review 28, 28(3), Article 3.
    6. Giones, F., Gurses, K., & Brem, A. (2019). The interplay of technology entrepreneurs and regulation in a new industry: the case of the drone industry. In F. Thérin, F. P. Appio, & H. Yoon (Hrsg.), Handbook of Research on Techno-Entrepreneurship, Third Edition (3rd Aufl., S. 73--91). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781786439079.00012
    7. Giones, F., & Brem, A. (2019). Crowdfunding as a tool for innovation marketing: technology entrepreneurship commercialization strategies. In F. Thérin, F. P. Appio, & H. Yoon (Hrsg.), Handbook of Research on Techno-Entrepreneurship, Third Edition (3rd Aufl., S. 156--174). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781786439079.00016
    8. Kleine, K., Giones, F., & Tegtmeier, S. (2019). The Learning Process in Technology Entrepreneurship Education—Insights from an Engineering Degree. Journal of Small Business Management, 57(S1), Article S1. https://doi.org/10.1111/jsbm.12514
    9. Hofmann, M., & Giones, F. (2019). Entrepreneurship as an Innovation Driver in an Industrial Ecosystem. In R. Baierl, J. Behrens, & A. Brem (Hrsg.), Digital Entrepreneurship: Interfaces between Digital Technologies and Entrepreneurship (S. 99--121). Springer - FGF Studies in Small Business and Entrepreneurship. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-20138-8_5
    10. Henninger, P., Brem, A., Giones, F., Bican, P., & Wimschneider, C. (2019). Effectuation vs. Causation: Can established firms use Start-Up Decision-Making Principles to stay innovative? International Journal of Innovation Management. https://doi.org/10.1142/S1363919620500024
  6. 2018

    1. Weigelt, M., Mayr, A., Masuch, M., Batz, K., Franke, J., Bican, P., Brem, A., Russer, J. A., & Russer, P. (2018). Techno-Economic Evaluation of Strategic Solutions to Extend the Range of Electric Vehicles. https://doi.org/10.1109/EDPC.2018.8658329
    2. Jahanshahi, A. A., Nawaser, K., & Brem, A. (2018). Corporate entrepreneurship strategy: an analysis of top management teams in SMEs. Baltic Journal of Management, 13, 528–543. https://doi.org/10.1108/BJM-12-2017-0397
    3. Kleine, K., Giones, F., Camargo, M., & Tegtmeier, S. (2018). Building technology entrepreneurship capabilities: an engineering education perspective. In J. J. M. Ferreira, A. Fayolle, V. Ratten, & M. Raposo (Hrsg.), Entrepreneurial Universities (1st Aufl., S. 226--247). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781786432469.00015
    4. Licha, J., & Brem, A. (2018). Entrepreneurship Education in Europe: Insights from Germany and Denmark. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 33, 1–25. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJESB.2018.10009482
    5. Kreusel, N., Roth, N., & Brem, A. (2018). European business venturing in times of digitisation – an analysis of for-profit business incubators in a triple helix context. International Journal of Technology Management, 76, 104–136. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJTM.2018.088707
  7. 2017

    1. Miralles, F., Giones, F., & Gozun, B. (2017). Does direct experience matter? Examining the consequences of current entrepreneurial behavior on entrepreneurial intention. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 13(3), Article 3. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11365-016-0430-7
    2. Frederiksen, D. L., & Brem, A. (2017). How do entrepreneurs think they create value?: A scientific reflection of Eric Ries’ Lean Startup approach. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 13, 169–189. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11365-016-0411-x
    3. Giones, F., & Brem, A. (2017). Digital Technology Entrepreneurship: A Definition and Research Agenda. Technology Innovation Management Review, 7(5), Article 5. https://doi.org/10.22215/timreview1076
    4. Giones, F., & Brem, A. (2017). From toys to tools: The co-evolution of technological and entrepreneurial developments in the drone industry. Business Horizons, 60, 875–884. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bushor.2017.08.001
    5. Niebuhr, O., Tegtmeier, S., & Brem, A. (2017). Advancing research and practice in Entrepreneurship through speech analysis - from descriptive rhetorical terms to phonetically informed acoustic charisma metrics. Journal of Speech Sciences, 6, 03–26.
    6. Berger, A., & Brem, A. (2017). Why do European companies have Innovation Hubs in Silicon Valley: Best Practice examples and key takeaways. Thunderbird International Business Review, 59, 757–763. https://doi.org/10.1002/tie.21884
    7. Jahanshahi, A. A., Brem, A., & Bhattacharjee, A. (2017). Who takes more sustainability-oriented entrepreneurial actions? The role of entrepreneurs’ values, beliefs & orientations. Sustainability, 9. https://doi.org/10.3390/su9101636
    8. Brem, A., & Radziwon, A. (2017). Efficient Triple-Helix collaboration fostering local niche innovation projects: A case from Denmark. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 123, 130–141. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2017.01.002
  8. 2016

    1. Ungerer, C., König, M., Giones, F., & Baltes, G. (2016). Reliably Reading Venture Survival from the Business Plan: Determining Venture Emergence and Survival with Computer-Based Content Analysis of Business Plan Texts. 2016 International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation / IEEE lnternational Technology Management Conference (ICE/ITMC), 1--7.
    2. Giones, F., Gozun, B., & Miralles, F. (2016). Resource combinations influence on new firm growth , studying new entrants in a high tech industry. 2016 International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation / IEEE lnternational Technology Management Conference (ICE/ITMC), June, Article June.
    3. Lyth Frederiksen, D., & Brem, A. (2016). From Knowledge to Innovation: A Review on the Evolution of the Absorptive Capacity Concept (F. J. Ratten.V, Hrsg.; Routledge Frontiers of Business Management, S. 257–268).
    4. Brem, A., Nylund, P., & Schuster, G. (2016). Innovation and de facto standardization: The influence of dominant design on innovative performance, radical innovation, and process innovation. Technovation, 50–51, 79–88. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.technovation.2015.11.002
    5. Miralles, F., Giones, F., & Riverola, C. (2016). Evaluating the impact of prior experience in entrepreneurial intention. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 12(3), Article 3. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11365-015-0365-4
    6. Berger, A., & Brem, A. (2016). Innovation Hub How-To: Lessons From Silicon Valley. Global Business and Organizational Excellence, 35, 58–70. https://doi.org/10.1002/joe.21698
    7. Gretzinger, S., Fietze, S., Ugonna, O. T. (Toby), & Brem, A. (2016). Embeddedness of Aspiring Entrepreneurs: First Insights from a Single Case Study in Southern Jutland.
    8. Brem, A., & Reichert, M. (2016). Innovation diffusion in B2B relations: New song diffusion in radio broadcasting. International Journal of Music Business Research, 5, 36–58.
  9. 2015

    1. Giones, F., & Miralles, F. (2015). Do Actions Matter More than Resources ? A Signalling Theory Perspective on the Technology Entrepreneurship Process. Technology Innovation Management Review, March, Article March. http://timreview.ca/article/880
    2. Maier, M. A., Brem, A., & Ohse, S. (2015). Corporate Venturing im Mittelstand: Handlungsalternativen und Erfolgsfaktoren. Business and Innovation, 2, 24–30.
    3. Giones, F., & Miralles, F. (2015). Strategic Signaling in Dynamic Technology Markets: Lessons From Three IT Startups in Spain. Global Business and Organizational Excellence, 34(6), Article 6. https://doi.org/10.1002/joe.21634
  10. 2014

    1. Giones, F., & Miralles, F. (2014). Exploring the use of signals in the venture emergence of new technology-based firms. 2014 International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE), June, Article June. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICE.2014.6871613
    2. Brem, A., & Borchardt, J. (2014). Technology entrepreneurship, innovation and intrapreneurship: Managing entrepreneurial activities in technology-intensive environments (F. Therin, Hrsg.; 2., S. 17–38). https://doi.org/10.4337/9781781951828.00007
  11. 2013

    1. Giones, F., & Miralles, F. (2013, Juni). Do great technological ideas make great business opportunities? Entrepreneur’s self-regulatory focus in opportunity building. ICE & IEEE International Technology Management Conference. https://doi.org/10.1109/ITMC.2013.7352660
    2. Giones, F., Zhou, Z., Miralles, F., & Katzy, B. R. (2013). From Ideas to Opportunities: Exploring the Construction of Technology-Based Entrepreneurial Opportunities. Technology Innovation Management Review, June, Article June. http://timreview.ca/article/692
  12. 2010

    1. Brem, A. (2010). Photovoltaikindustrie kommt in die Jahre - jetzt sind radikale Innovationen gefragt.
  13. 2009

    1. Brem, A., & al. (2009). Business Idea Identification of Serial Entrepreneurs and the Role of Team Founding for Serial Venture Creation - Insights form a Cases-driven Explorative Study.
    2. Brem, A., Mühlmann, F., & Schwing, M. (2009). Solar industry: No future for thin film modules? A study on the PV industry in the United States.
    3. Brem, A., & Mühlmann, F. (2009). Solarindustrie - Wie gut ist die Branche aufgestellt. WiM – Wirtschaft in Mittelfranken, 32–33.
  14. 2008

    1. Voigt, K.-I., Brem, A., & Sütterlin, J. (2008). Untersuchung geschlechtsspezifischer Besonderheiten bei Unternehmensgründungen durch Frauen und Männer und deren Einstellungen zum Erfolgsbegriff (K. Gundolf & S. Kraus, Hrsg.; S. 286–304).
    2. Scheiner, C., Brem, A., Voigt, K.-I., & al. (2008). Gender-related Differences in Motivation, Goals and Performance Evaluation.
    3. Brem, A., Kreusel, N., & Schimpf, R. (2008). Typische Fehler bei der Erstellung eines Businessplans.
    4. Laspita, S., Scheiner, C., Brem, A., Voigt, K.-I., & Klandt, H. (2008). Gender-related Differences in the Founding Intention.
    5. Scheiner, C., Laspita, S., Brem, A., Chlosta, S., & Voigt, K.-I. (2008). Founding Intentions: A Gender Perspective. Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, 4, 15–35.
    6. Männer, A.-L., Brem, A., & Voigt, K.-I. (2008). „Recht“ als Innovationsimpuls? Konzeptualisierung von Regulatory Push/Pull-Innovationen und deren Umsetzung in der Praxis.
    7. Brem, A. (2008). The Boundaries of Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Conceptual Background and Selected Theoretical and Empirical Aspects.
  15. 2007

    1. Scheiner, C., Brem, A., Voigt, K.-I., & et al. (2007). Entrepreneurship in the United Kingdom and Germany - Educational Concepts and their Impact on Intention to Start-up; Internationalizing Entrepreneurship Education and Training - Innovative Formats for Entrepreneurship Education Teaching.
    2. Laspita, S., Scheiner, C., Chlosta, S., Brem, A., Voigt, K.-I., & Klandt, H. (2007). Academic Entrepreneurship - Examining Motivating and Hindering Influences Through the Gender Lense; Internationalizing Entrepreneurship Education and Training - Innovative Formats for Entrepreneurship Education Teaching.
    3. Voigt, K.-I., Scheiner, C., Brem, A., & al. (2007). How Do Strategy, Resources and Processes Influence the Product Development Success? Results from an Empirical Study.
    4. Brem, A., Scheiner, C., Voigt, K.-I., & al., et. (2007). Gender-Related Differences of Founding Intentions due to the Perceptions of Fostering and Inhibiting Factors.
    5. Laspita, S., Chlosta, S., Klandt, H., Scheiner, C., Brem, A., & Voigt, K.-I. (2007). Students Attitude Towards Entrepreneurship: Does Gender Matter? Review of International Comparative Management, 8, 92–118.
    6. Voigt, K.-I., Brem, A., & Scheiner, C. (2007). Business Idea Identification and Evaluation - Experiment Management in Practice.
  16. 2006

    1. Voigt, K.-I., Brem, A., & Scheiner, C. (2006). Entrepreneurship Education and the „Study Cooperation“ - Approach - Results from a Quantitative Empirical Analysis.
    2. Voigt, K.-I., & Alexander, B. (2006). Die Person des Gründers als Determinante des Unternehmenserfolgs: Ergebnisse einer qualitativen Metastudie. In J. Merz (Hrsg.), Entrepreneurship, Professions, Small Business Economics (Bd. 3, S. 357–374).
  17. 2005

    1. Voigt, K.-I., Brem, A., & Scheiner, C. (2005). Erfolg und Scheitern von Spin-offs - Wesentliche Elemente erfolgreicher Gründungen aus dem Universitätsumfeld.
    2. Voigt, K.-I., & Brem, A. (2005). Die Person des Gründers als Determinante des Unternehmenserfolgs: Ergebnisse einer Metastudie.
    3. Voigt, K.-I., Brem, A., & Blut, I. (2005). Mezzanine-Finanzierung bei jungen Unternehmen: Arten, Struktur und Entscheidungsfaktoren.

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