The processes of technological innovation through new spin-off ventures from universities and other research providers have been studied to explore the nature, relevance and positioning in these processes of the various entrepreneurship related constructs ¾ entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial orientation, entrepreneurial capacity and entrepreneurial cognition. This started from an examination of the set of resources that constituted entrepreneurial capacity and has led to investigation of the linearity and requisite holistic nature of the events and the processes involved.
Proceedings of Regional Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2004, the 1st Annual Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship-Babson College Regional Entrepreneurship Research Exchange, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 23-25 February 2004 / L. Murray Gillin, Frank La Pira and John Yencken (eds.), pp. 361-377