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25th April 2018

Student Entrepreneurs are faster to commercialise their inventions

Student entrepreneurs and faculty entrepreneurs engage in different strategic behaviour in commercialising their inventions according to a new research from the UCL School of Management.

In a new National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) working paper, Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Kenny Ching and his and co-authors found thdent entrepreneurs are less likely to patent their ideas or protect their innovations compared to faculty entrepreneurs.


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