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Roberts, E. (2004) A perspective on 5–0 years of the engineering management field, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, 51, pp. 398–403. com 33 Click on the ad to read more Technology-Based Entrepreneurship Introduction Salter, A. and Martin, B. (2001) The economic benefits of publicly funded basic research: a critical review, Research Policy, 30, pp. 509–532. E. and McDougall. P (1997) Learning Needs of Growth-oriented Entrepreneurs, Journal of Business Venturing, 12, pp. 1–8. , Hattam, R.

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Many complementary factors will be prominent and a TBF may be retarded in its acquisition of technology by other firms who are slow to adopt. `Laggards’ can have a deleterious effect on the diffusion of technology by other TBFs. The rapid diffusion of a technology will be facilitated by a willingness of TBFs to make adjustments. Recommended Reading Thomas, B. (1999) A Model of the Diffusion of Technology into SMEs, Proceedings of the 44th International Council for TBF (ICSB) World Conference: Innovation and Economic Development, Naples, 20–23 June.

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