Valentina Tartari
Valentina Tartari
Associate Professor, Dpt. of Strategy & Innovation, Copenhagen Business School
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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 Brostr÷m, P D’este, R Fini, ...
Research policy 42 (2), 423-442, 2013
21852013
The impact of entrepreneurial capacity, experience and organizational support on academic entrepreneurship
B Clarysse, V Tartari, A Salter
Research Policy 40 (8), 1084-1093, 2011
4872011
Set them free: scientists' evaluations of the benefits and costs of university–industry research collaboration
V Tartari, S Breschi
Industrial and Corporate Change 21 (5), 1117-1147, 2012
2082012
In good company: The influence of peers on industry engagement by academic scientists
V Tartari, M Perkmann, A Salter
Research Policy, 2014
1892014
Crossing the Rubicon: exploring the factors that shape academics’ perceptions of the barriers to working with industry
V Tartari, A Salter, P D’Este
Cambridge journal of economics 36 (3), 655-677, 2012
1382012
The engagement gap:: Exploring gender differences in University–Industry collaboration activities
V Tartari, A Salter
Research Policy 44 (6), 1176-1191, 2015
902015
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
702015
Bennet Woodcroft and the value of English patents, 1617–1841
A Nuvolari, V Tartari
Explorations in Economic History 48 (1), 97-115, 2011
582011
Academic engagement: A review of the literature 2011-2019
V Tartari, A Hughes
Research Policy 50 (1), 2021
52*2021
Knowledge worker mobility in context: Pushing the boundaries of theory and methods
M Wright, V Tartari, KG Huang, F Di Lorenzo, J Bercovitz
Journal of Management Studies 55 (1), 1-26, 2018
402018
The Republic of Engagement: Exploring UK academic attitudes to collaborating with industry and entrepreneurship
AJ Salter, V Tartari, P D'Este, A Neely
AIM Research, 2010
222010
“Another roof, another proof”: the impact of mobility on individual productivity in science
V Tartari, F Di Lorenzo, BA Campbell
The Journal of Technology Transfer 45 (1), 276-303, 2020
112020
Patterns of innovation during the industrial revolution: a reappraisal using a composite indicator of patent quality
A Nuvolari, V Tartari, M Tranchero
Explorations in Economic History, 101419, 2021
9*2021
University researchers’ engagement with industry, the public sector and society: Results from a 2017 survey of university researchers in Denmark
HC Kongsted, V Tartari, D Cannito, MT Norn, J Wohlert
DEA, 2017
72017
Accounting for impact at Imperial College London: a report on the activities and outputs by Imperial academics relevant for economic and social impact
M Perkmann, R Fini, JM Ross, A Salter, C Silvestri, V Tartari
Technical Report-Imperial College London, 2015
7*2015
Employer-employee matching and complementary assets: The role of cross-organization collaborations
BA Campbell, F Di Lorenzo, V Tartari
Academy of Management Journal, 2020
6*2020
More than an Ivory Tower: The Impact of Research Institutions on the Quantity and Quality of Entrepreneurship
V Tartari, S Stern
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
3*2021
Innovation, appropriability and productivity growth in agriculture: a broad historical viewpoint
A Nuvolari, V Tartari
Intellectual Property Rights: Legal and Economic Challenges for Development 242, 2014
32014
Beyond scientific excellence: Are internationally mobile researchers more likely to become academic en-trepreneurs?
WH Uhlbach, V Tartari, HC Kongsted
SCIENTIST MOBILITY, 83, 2019
12019
The Role Of Personality And Organizational Resources On External Engament
V Tartari, A Canato
Academy of Management Proceedings 2017 (1), 11809, 2017
12017
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