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Non-commercial academic entrepreneurship: The influence of human capital in social value creation

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... Algunos otros estudios han abordado los temas de las competencias empresariales (Bienkowska, Klofsten, & Rasmussen, 2016; Rasmussen, Mosey, & Wright, 2014) la capacidad de absorción (Sönmez, 2013), los rasgos de personalidad (Krueger, Reilly, & Carsrud, 2000;Madsen, Neergaard, & Ulhøi, 2008), la influencia de los antecedentes familiares y la experiencia previa en las intenciones emprendedoras de profesores, estudiantes, investigadores, investigadores principales y personal administrativo de las universidades (Gird & Bagraim, 2008;Obschonka, Silbereisen, & Schmitt-Rodermund, 2010;Ozgul & Kunday, 2015). No obstante, aún se requieren estudios que aborden las problemáticas de la innovación en economías emergentes (Roncancio, Dentchev, Guerrero, & Diaz Gonzalez, 2021). ...
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In this study, the quadruple-helix theory of innovation by Carayannis et al. Is used as a theoretical lens. (2016) to capture which are the factors that determine the success of collaborations between the university, industry, the state and society, in favor of sustainability. To do this, 11 individuals belonging to the innovation ecosystem of the department of Caldas were interviewed, and grounded theory was used as a strategy for exploratory qualitative analysis. Among the findings, it is worth mentioning that the factors that would determine the success of collaborations between the actors of the tetra helix of innovation are: Improving the scientific infrastructure, having a good system of incentives for collaboration, establishing a paradigm shift in the private and industrial sector, that there is to be an open information model for all interest groups, and that the goals of the actors are aligned.
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