Riccardo Fini
Riccardo Fini
Associate Professor, University of Bologna; Fellow, Imperial College London
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Academic engagement and commercialisation: A review of the literature on university–industry relations
M Perkmann, V Tartari, M McKelvey, E Autio, A Broström, P D’este, R Fini, ...
Research policy 42 (2), 423-442, 2013
18962013
The determinants of corporate entrepreneurial intention within small and newly established firms
R Fini, R Grimaldi, GL Marzocchi, M Sobrero
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 36 (2), 387-414, 2012
4812012
Complements or substitutes? The role of universities and local context in supporting the creation of academic spin-offs
R Fini, R Grimaldi, S Santoni, M Sobrero
Research Policy 40 (8), 1113-1127, 2011
3342011
Factors fostering academics to start up new ventures: An assessment of Italian founders’ incentives
R Fini, R Grimaldi, M Sobrero
The Journal of Technology Transfer 34 (4), 380-402, 2009
3292009
Inside or outside the IP system? Business creation in academia
R Fini, N Lacetera, S Shane
Research Policy 39 (8), 1060-1069, 2010
2042010
Institutional determinants of university spin-off quantity and quality: A longitudinal, multi-level, cross-country study
R Fini, K Fu, M Mathisen, E Rasmussen, M Wright
Small Business Economics 48 (2), 361-391, 2017
1372017
Re-thinking the commercialization of public science: From entrepreneurial outcomes to societal impacts
R Fini, E Rasmussen, D Siegel, J Wiklund
Academy of Management Perspectives 32 (1), 1-17, 2018
802018
Academic logic and corporate entrepreneurial intentions: A study of the interaction between cognitive and institutional factors in new firms
R Fini, L Toschi
International Small Business Journal 34 (5), 637–659, 2016
59*2016
Accounting for universities’ impact: Using augmented data to measure academic engagement and commercialization by academic scientists
M Perkmann, R Fini, JM Ross, A Salter, C Silvestri, V Tartari
Research Evaluation 24 (4), 380-391, 2015
592015
Different yokes for different folks: Individual preferences, institutional logics, and the commercialization of academic research
R Fini, N Lacetera
Advances in the study of entrepreneurship 21 (1), 1-25, 2010
572010
Organisational change and the institutionalisation of university patenting activity in Italy
N Baldini, R Fini, R Grimaldi, M Sobrero
Minerva 52, 27-53, 2014
49*2014
University spin-offs and their impact: Longitudinal evidence from Italy
D Bolzani, R Fini, R Grimaldi, M Sobrero
Journal of Industrial and Business Economics 41 (1), 181-205, 2014
392014
How entrepreneurial intentions influence entrepreneurial career choices: The moderating influence of social context
A Meoli, R Fini, M Sobrero, J Wiklund
Journal of Business Venturing 35 (3), 1-20, 2020
342020
The transition toward entrepreneurial universities
N Baldini, R Fini, R Grimaldi
The Chicago Handbook of University Technology Transfer and Academic …, 2015
312015
Leveraging open Innovation to improve society
JM Ahn, N Roijakkers, R Fini, L Mortara
R&D Management 49 (3), 267-278, 2019
212019
Process approach to academic entrepreneurship: Evidence from the globe
R Fini, R Grimaldi
The World Scientific Reference on Entrepreneurship Volume 4: Process …, 2017
21*2017
Theories from the lab: How research on science commercialization can contribute to management studies
R Fini, E Rasmussen, J Wiklund, M Wright
Journal of Management Studies 56 (5), 865-894, 2019
202019
Student entrepreneurship: Demographics, competences and obstacles
R Fini, A Meoli, M Sobrero, S Ghiselli, F Ferrante
Technical Report, Almalaurea Consortium, 2016
202016
Social valuation across multiple audiences: The interplay between ability and identity judgments
R Fini, J Jourdan, M Perkmann
Academy of Management Journal, 61(6), 2230-2264, 2018
19*2018
Fifteen years of academic entrepreneurship in Italy: Evidence from the Taste project
D Bolzani, R Fini, R Grimaldi, S Santoni, M Sobrero
Technical Report, University of Bologna, 2014
152014
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