Research of entrepreneurial universities.
* Guerrero, M., Cunningham, J. A., & Urbano, D. (2015). Economic impact of entrepreneurial universities’ activities: An exploratory study of the United Kingdom. Research Policy, 44(3), 748-764.
* Guerrero, M., & Urbano, D. (2014). Academics’ start-up intentions and knowledge filters: an individual perspective of the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics, 43(1), 57-74.
* Guerrero, M., Urbano, D., Cunningham, J., & Organ, D. (2014). Entrepreneurial universities in two European regions: a case study comparison. The Journal of Technology Transfer, 39(3), 415-434.
Seminal papers about this topic:
* Audretsch, D. (2012). From the entrepreneurial university to the university for the entrepreneurial society. Journal of Technology Transfer, 39(3), 313–321.
* Bird, B. (1988). Implementing entrepreneurial ideas: the case for intention. Academy of Management Review, 13(3), 442-453.
* Clark, B.R. (1998). Creating Entrepreneurial Universities. Pergamon Press, Oxford, U.S.
* Etzkowitz, H. & Leydesdorff, L. (2000). The dynamics of innovation: from the National Systems and Mode 2 to a Triple Helix of university-industry- government relations. Research Policy, 29(2), 109-123.
* Etzkowitz, H., Webster, A., Gebhardt, C. & Cantisano, B. R. (2000). The future of the University and the University of the Future: evolution of ivory tower into entrepreneurial university. Research Policy, 29(2), 313-330.
* Kirby, D.A. (2005). Creating Entrepreneurial Universities in the UK: Applying entrepreneurship theory to practice. Journal of Technology Transfer, 31(5), 599-603.
* Kolvereid, L. (1996). Organizational employment versus self-employment: reasons for career choice intentions. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 21(3), 23-31.
* Krueger, N.F., & Carsrud, A.L. (1993). Entrepreneurial intentions: Applying the theory of planned behavior. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 5(4), 315-330.
* Krueger, N.F., & Brazeal, D. (1994). Entrepreneurial potential and potential entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 18(3), 91-104.
* Krueger, N.F. (1993). The impact of prior entrepreneurial exposure on perceptions of new venture feasibility and desirability. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 18(1), 5-21.
* Krueger, N.F., Reilly, M.D., & Carsrud, A.L. (2000). Competing models of entrepreneurial intentions. Journal of Business Venturing, 15(5), 411-432.
* Robinson, P.B., Stimpson, D., Huefner, J.C., & Hunt, H.K. (1991). An attitude approach to the prediction of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 15(4), 13-31.
* Shane, S. (2005). Academic Entrepreneurship: University Spinoffs and Wealth Creation. Edward Elgar Publishing, Massachusetts, U.S.
* Shapero, A., & Sokol, L. (1982). Social dimensions of entrepreneurship. In C. A. Kent, D. L. Sexton and K. H. Vesper (Eds.), Encyclopedia of entrepreneurship (pp. 72-90). Englewood Cliffs (NJ): Prentice Hall.
* Walstad, W.B., & Kourilsky, M.L. (1998). Entrepreneurial attitudes and knowledge of black youth. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 23(2), 5-18.