His primary areas of investigation include Entrepreneurship, Venture capital, Commercialization, National innovation system and Industrial organization. In the subject of general Entrepreneurship, his work in University spin-off is often linked to Additional research, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Venture capital study incorporates themes from Prospectus, Economic geography and Market economy.
His work in Commercialization addresses issues such as Bayh–Dole Act, which are connected to fields such as Marketing and Field. His work carried out in the field of National innovation system brings together such families of science as Economic growth, China, Public relations and Entrepreneurial ecosystem. The Industrial organization study combines topics in areas such as Ideal, Process and Organizational theory.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Venture capital, Industrial organization, Economy, Entrepreneurship and China. Martin Kenney combines subjects such as Community development, Investment banking and Market economy with his study of Venture capital. His Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Productivity and Value.
His Economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic geography and Power. Martin Kenney performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Entrepreneurship and Additional research via his papers. As part of his studies on Commercialization, Martin Kenney frequently links adjacent subjects like Bayh–Dole Act.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Industrial organization, China, Power, Economy and Corporate group. His studies in Industrial organization integrate themes in fields like Value chain, Node, Entrepreneurship and Scope. His Entrepreneurship study combines topics in areas such as Media studies, Management, Open innovation, Risk management and Service provider.
His China research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Globalization, Global strategy, Domestic market and Public debate. His Economy research includes elements of Mechanism, Capitalist economy, Competition policy, Restructuring and Digital Revolution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Exploit, Advertising and Revenue in addition to Corporate group.
Industrial organization, Power, Economy, Algorithm and Ethnic group are his primary areas of study. Martin Kenney has included themes like Market power, Competition, Scope, Open innovation and Entrepreneurship in his Industrial organization study. Power connects with themes related to Economic geography in his study.
His Economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Consignment, Welfare economics, Globalization and Taxonomy. His Algorithm research integrates issues from Standardization, Racism, Software and Feedback loop. His work on Ethnic group is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Politics.
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Biotechnology: The University-Industrial Complex
30 years after Bayh–Dole: Reassessing academic entrepreneurship
Rosa Grimaldi;Martin Kenney;Martin Kenney;Donald S. Siegel;Mike Wright;Mike Wright.
Research Policy (2011)
Understanding silicon valley : the anatomy of an entrepreneurial region
Entrepreneurial innovation: The importance of context
Erkko Autio;Martin Kenney;Martin Kenney;Philippe Mustar;Don Siegel.
Research Policy (2014)
Beyond Mass Production: The Japanese System and Its Transfer to the U.S.
Martin Kenney;Richard L. Florida.
Venture Capital, High Technology and Regional Development∗
Richard L. Florida;Martin Kenney.
Regional Studies (1988)
Venture capital-financed innovation and technological change in the USA
Richard L. Florida;Martin Kenney.
Research Policy (1988)
Technology, entrepreneurship and path dependence: industrial clustering in Silicon Valley and Route 128
M Kenney;U von Burg.
Industrial and Corporate Change (1999)
The role of social embeddedness in professorial entrepreneurship: a comparison of electrical engineering and computer science at UC Berkeley and Stanford
Martin Kenney;W Richard Goe.
Research Policy (2004)
Reconsidering the Bayh-Dole Act and the Current University Invention Ownership Model
Martin Kenney;Donald Patton.
Research Policy (2009)
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