References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 42 references in this bibliography folder.

Todo, Y, Zhang, W, and Zhou, L (2009).
Knowledge Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from a Chinese Science Park
Journal of Asian Economics, forthcoming.

Hu, A (2007).
Technology Parks and Regional Economic Growth in China
Research Policy, 36(1):76-87.

Ran, J, Voon, J, and Li, G (2007).
How does FDI affect China? Evidence from Industries and Provinces
Journal of Comparative Economics, 35(4):774-799.

Phan, P, Siegel, D, and Wright, M (2005).
Science Parks and Incubators: Observations, Synthesis and Future Research
Journal of Business Venturing, 20(2):165-182.

Rothaermel, F and Thursby, M (2005).
Incubator Firm Failure or Graduation? The Role of University Linkages
Research Policy, 34(7):1076-1090.

Abetti, P (2004).
Government-Supported Incubators in the Helsinki Region, Finland: Infrastructure, Results, and Best Practices
The Journal of Technology Transfer, 29(1):19-40.

Hackett, S and Dilts, D (2004).
A Real Options-Driven Theory of Business Incubation
The Journal of Technology Transfer, 29(1):41-54.

Hackett, S and Dilts, D (2004).
A Systematic Review of Business Incubation Research
The Journal of Technology Transfer, 29(1):55-82.

Javorcik, B (2004).
Does Foreign Direct Investment Increase the Productivity of Domestic Firms? In Search of Spillovers Through Backward Linkages
American Economic Review, 94(3):605-627.

Keller, W (2004).
International Technology Diffusion
Journal of Economic Literature, 42(3):752-782.

Wang, Z and Ge, Z (2004).
Convergence and Transition Auspice of Chinese Regional Growth
The Annals of Regional Science, 38(4):727-739.

Lindelof, P and Lofsten, H (2003).
Science Park Location and New Technology-Based Firms in Sweden–Implications for Strategy and Performance
Small Business Economics, 20(3):245-258.

Link, A and Scott, J (2003).
U.S. Science Parks: The Diffusion of an Innovation and its Effects on the Academic Missions of Universities
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 21(9):1323-1356.

Siegel, D, Westhead, P, and Wright, M (2003).
Science Parks and the Performance of New Technology-Based Firms: A Review of Recent U.K. Evidence and an Agenda for Future Research
Small Business Economics, 20(2):177-184.

Bakouros, Y, Marda, D, and Varsakelis, N (2002).
Science Park, a High Tech Fantasy? An Analysis of the Science Parks of Greece
Technovation, 22:123-128.

Colombo, M and Delmastro, M (2002).
How Effective are Technology Incubators? Evidence from Italy
Research Policy, 31(7):1103-1122.

Harwit, E (2002).
High-Technology Incubators: Fuel for China’s New Entrepreneurship?
China Business Review, 29:26-29.

Rice, M (2002).
Co-Production of Business Assistance in Business Incubators: An Exploratory Study
Journal of Business Venturing, 17(2):163-187.

Saggi, K (2002).
Trade, Foreign Direct Investment, and International Technology Transfer: A Survey
World Bank Research Observer, 17(2):191-235.

North, D, Smallbone, D, and Vickers, I (2001).
Public Sector Support for Innovating SMEs
Small Business Economics, 16(4):303-317.

Aitken, B and Harrison, A (1999).
Do Domestic Firms Benefit from Direct Foreign Investment? Evidence from Venezuela
American Economic Review, 89(3):605-618.

Barrell, R and Pain, N (1999).
Domestic Institutions, Agglomerations and Foreign Direct Investment in Europe
European Economic Review, 43(4-6):925-934.

Murphy, K (1999).
Executive Compensation
In: Handbook of Labor Economics vol. 3b, Elsevier Science, North Holland, Amsterdam.

Sherman, H and Chappell, D (1998).
Methodological Challenges in Evaluating Business Incubator Outcomes
Economic Development Quarterly, 12(4):313–321.

Mian, S (1996).
Assessing Value-Added Contributions of University Technology Business Incubators to Tenant Firms
Research Policy, 25(3):325-335.