Erik Stam
Erik Stam
Dean and Professor of Economics, Utrecht University
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Entrepreneurial ecosystems and regional policy: a sympathetic critique
E Stam
European Planning Studies 23 (9), 1759-1769, 2015
Entrepreneurial Ecosystems
E Stam, B Spigel
The SAGE Handbook of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 407-422, 2018
The Roles of R&D in New Firm Growth
E Stam, K Wennberg
Small Business Economics, 77-89, 2009
The lineages of the entrepreneurial ecosystem approach
ZJ Acs, E Stam, DB Audretsch, A O’Connor
Small Business Economics 49 (1), 1-10, 2017
New firm growth: Exploring processes and paths
E Garnsey, E Stam, P Heffernan
Industry and Innovation 13 (1), 1-20, 2006
Why butterflies don ‘t leave: Locational behavior of entrepreneurial firms
E Stam
Economic geography 83 (1), 27-50, 2007
The evolution and nature of young firm networks: A longitudinal perspective
V Schutjens, E Stam
Small Business Economics 21 (2), 115-134, 2003
Entrepreneurship, evolution and geography
E Stam
The handbook of evolutionary economic geography, 307-348, 2010
Creative industries in the Netherlands: Structure, development, innovativeness and effects on urban growth
E Stam, JPJ De Jong, G Marlet
Geografiska Annaler: series B, human geography 90 (2), 119-132, 2008
Industrial dynamics and clusters: a survey
K Frenken, E Cefis, E Stam
Regional studies 49 (1), 10-27, 2015
Renascent entrepreneurship
E Stam, D Audretsch, J Meijaard
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 18 (3-4), 493-507, 2008
Institutions, entrepreneurship, and economic growth in Europe
N Bosma, M Sanders, E Stam
Small Business Economics 51 (2), 483-499, 2018
Creative destruction and regional productivity growth: evidence from the Dutch manufacturing and services industries
N Bosma, E Stam, V Schutjens
Small Business Economics 36 (4), 401-418, 2011
The rise of the entrepreneurial economy and the future of dynamic capitalism
AR Thurik, E Stam, DB Audretsch
Technovation 33 (8-9), 302-310, 2013
Path dependence research in regional economic development: Cacophony or knowledge accumulation?
M Henning, E Stam, R Wenting
Regional Studies 47 (8), 1348-1362, 2013
Advancing public policy for high‐growth, female, and social entrepreneurs
S Terjesen, N Bosma, E Stam
Public Administration Review 76 (2), 230-239, 2016
How education, stimulation, and incubation encourage student entrepreneurship: Observations from MIT, IIIT, and Utrecht University
S Jansen, T Van De Zande, S Brinkkemper, E Stam, V Varma
The International Journal of Management Education 13 (2), 170-181, 2015
Types of entrepreneurship and economic growth
E Stam, A Van Stel
Entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic development, 78-95, 2011
Intrapreneurship: An international study
NS Bosma, FC Stam, ARM Wennekers
Scales, 2010
Ambitious entrepreneurship: a review of the academic literature and new directions for public policy
E Stam, N Bosma, A Van Witteloostuijn, J De Jong, S Bogaert, N Edwards, ...
Advisory Council for Science and Technology Policy, 2012
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