Juan Pablo Diánez-González

Juan Pablo Diánez-González
Universidad de Cádiz | UCA · Business Management

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This paper has been designed with a dual goal. On the one hand, the paper aims to examine the role of management teams, industry agents, and university agents as providers of a series of key resources and capabilities for academic spin-offs (ASOs) to develop a strategic entrepreneurial orientation (EO). On the other hand, the paper also examines th...
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Drawing on social cognitive career theory and institutional theory, we develop a multilevel and integrative model to examine the influence of entrepreneurial cognition factors (entrepreneurial self-efficacy and outcome expectations) on entrepreneurial opportunity recognition (EOR). We also consider the moderating effect of contextual factors (norma...
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Social innovations developed by academic spinoffs (ASOs) are acquiring an ever-increasing relevance in the literature on academic entrepreneurship. Previous studies have considered the importance of the social and institutional contexts of entrepreneurial ecosystems for the development of these innovations, although a greater depth of analysis is r...
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La población española involucrada en negocios que se encuentran en fases iniciales del proceso emprendedor vuelve a aumentar ligeramente en el último año, manteniendo así los niveles de participación por encima del umbral de seis personas emprendedoras en fase inicial por cada cien personas de la población adulta. De acuerdo con el indicador de ac...
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España es el país en el que los emprendedores nacientes y nuevos estiman que tendrán a cinco años vista un menor tamaño en función del empleo a crear. Este dato no ayuda a superar el deficit de tamaño de la empresa española. Sobre este tema, la prioridad se centra en la figura de emprendedores y empresarios que alimentan el mercado de empresas. De...
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The exhibition of a series of strategic competences by managers has been frequently noted as crucial for the success of firms. In the international context, the role of such strategic competences could be even more relevant as a result of both the changing and turbulent nature of the contexts in which firms carry out their activities and the comple...
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Partiendo de la creciente importancia económica y social de las mujeres en la actividad emprendedora (Álvarez et al., 2017; Ruiz-Navarro et al., 2012), esta investigación tiene como objetivo principal analizar y comparar el perfil de las emprendedoras españolas y europeas, así como de sus iniciativas emprendedoras. Para tal fin, se utilizará la inf...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to analyze potentially significant differences in a series of relevant characteristics of universities’ technology transfer offices (TTOs). To this end, TTOs have been classified by the function of their resources assigned to the enhancement of university entrepreneurship. The factors analyzed are the number of...
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This paper has been designed to analyse the impact of the structure of social networks on academic spin-offs' entrepreneurial orientation. We have specifically focus on both size and frequency of three different types of social networks: informal networks (composed of family and friends); market networks (composed of agents belonging to the busines...
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This chapter has been designed with the purpose of providing a theoretical approach regarding the influence of both the composition of academic spin-offs’ management teams and the entrepreneurial orientation exhibited by such firms on the performance of academic spin-offs. To this end, we have drawn on the main theoretical premises of the upper ech...
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The empirical evidence devoted to analyze the impact of perceptual factors in explaining the differences in the entrepreneurial intention of men and women is still limited and not entirely conclusive (Shinnar et al., 2012; Wilson et al., 2009). This non-conclusive research is significantly more noteworthy when the analysis is focused on the entrepr...
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This research has been designed with the purpose of analysing the influence of both the composition of academic spin-offs’ management teams and the potential conflict emerged within such teams on the degree of entrepreneurial orientation exhibited by academic spin-offs. To this end, we have used the upper echelon theory as theoretical background an...

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