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  1. Digital transformation, state Hei performance and the moderating role of leadership
  2. Sustainable development practices in public higher education: A new conceptual framework for nurturing student satisfaction and reinforcing attractiveness to international students
  3. Green finance sources in Iberian listed firms: A socially responsible investment approach
  4. Proposing a holistic research framework for university strategic alliances in sustainable entrepreneurship
  5. Exploring Irrigation and Water Supply Technologies for Smallholder Farmers in the Mediterranean Region
  6. Digitalizing the pillars of Hybrid Civic Universities: A bibliometric analysis and new taxonomy proposal
  7. The socioemotional wealth of leaders in family firm succession and corporate governance processes: a systematic literature review
  8. Global Challenges of Climate Change, Vol.2
  9. Social Capital, Interpretation of
  10. Social Capital, Measurement of
  11. The Role of a Condominium’s Association in Adapting, Complying, and Self-Reducing Anxiety in Response to COVID-19 Precautionary Measures
  12. Examining the Relationship Between Eco-efficiency and Energy Poverty: A Stochastic Frontier Models Approach
  13. Revisiting the Nexus Between Renewable and Non-renewable Energy, CO2 Emissions, and Economic Growth: An Empirical Application to Asian and African Economies
  14. Burnout and Quality of Work Life among Municipal Workers: Do Motivating and Economic Factors Play a Mediating Role?
  15. Frontiers in Occupational Health and Safety Management
  16. Do socially responsible higher education institutions contribute to sustainable regional growth and innovation?
  17. Place-Branded Foods with Responsible and Sustainable Management: A La Carte Serving in Regional Restaurants
  18. Leadership styles and HEI performance: relationship and moderating factors
  19. Business Incubators, Accelerators, and Performance of Technology-Based Ventures: A Systematic Literature Review
  20. Measuring the efficiency of an entrepreneurial ecosystem at municipality level: does institutional transparency play a moderating role?
  21. What research tells us about leadership styles, digital transformation and performance in state higher education?
  22. New insights into decoupling economic growth, technological progress and carbon dioxide emissions: Evidence from 40 countries
  23. Brazilian Entrepreneurship
  24. Context-based Entrepreneurship
  25. Global Challenges of Climate Change, Vol.1
  26. Global Challenges on Climate Change: An Ongoing Portentous Transformation
  27. Latin American and Iberian Entrepreneurship
  28. Leading Innovation Toward Internationalization Through Intellectual Capital: A Systematic Literature Review
  29. Learning Intention in Brazilian University Students: Self-Legitimation of Independence and the Search for Entrepreneurial Culture
  30. Place-Linked Products and Creative Tourism in Iberian Regions
  31. Spirituality and Mindful Tourism: Experiencing Innovative Hispanic Cases
  32. Strategic Innovation
  33. Strategic Innovation-Strategies for Entrepreneurship and Resilience
  34. Sustainable Growth and Exporting Performance of New Companies: What Is the Role of the Founders’ Human Capital and Social Capital?
  35. The Role of Brazilian Entrepreneurship in the Global Economy
  36. The Role of Context in Entrepreneurship
  37. The Role of Entrepreneurship in Latin America and Iberia
  38. The Role of Tourism Entrepreneurship in the Iberian Peninsula
  39. Tourism Entrepreneurship in Portugal and Spain
  40. Can Higher Education Institutions’ Stakeholders Drive Regional Sustainable Development? Yes, They Can?!
  41. Workers' Well-Being and Workplace Environment
  42. La relación de los productos agroalimentarios de calidad diferenciada con el turismo en España y Portugal
  43. Effects of cytokine blocking agents on hospital mortality in patients admitted to ICU with acute respiratory distress syndrome by SARS-CoV-2 infection: retrospective cohort study
  44. Institutional, Economic, and Socio-Economic Determinants of the Entrepreneurial Activity of Nations
  45. Quality of Work Life and Contribution to Productivity: Assessing the Moderator Effects of Burnout Syndrome
  46. Public Administration and Values Oriented to Sustainability: A Systematic Approach to the Literature
  47. Dynamic Effects of Material Production and Environmental Sustainability on Economic Vitality Indicators: A Panel VAR Approach
  48. Green bonds, sustainable development and environmental policy in the European Union carbon market
  49. HEI Efficiency and Quality of Life: Seeding the Pro-Sustainability Efficiency
  50. Glocal corporate social responsibility and co-creation of shared values in the mining industry
  51. Oil Shocks and Stock Market Performance: Evidence from the Eurozone and the USA
  52. The Economics of Digital Transformation
  53. The Economics of Digital Transformation: Approaching Non-stable and Uncertain Digitalized Production Systems
  54. Tourism Innovation in Spain and Portugal
  55. Tourism Innovation: A Spanish and Portuguese Perspective
  56. Uncertainty Decision Making Model: The Evolution of Artificial Intelligence and Staff Reduction
  57. Inbound and Outbound Practices of Open Innovation and Eco-Innovation: Contrasting Bioeconomy and Non-Bioeconomy Firms
  58. In search of intangible connections: intellectual capital, performance and quality of life in higher education institutions
  59. Spatial and Sectoral Determinants of Productivity: An Empirical Approach Using an Entropy Lens
  60. LINKING HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS TO REGIONAL QUALITY OF LIFE
  61. The Handbook of Open Smart Cities: Planning and Managing Open Innovative Ecosystems
  62. Understanding Bio Health Technologies Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: An Intellectual Capital Approach
  63. Corporate Governance and Sustainability in HEIs
  64. Stakeholders’ perceptions of sustainable development of higher education institutions: an intellectual capital approach
  65. Leadership and organizational innovation in the third sector: A systematic literature review
  66. Mapping and defining entrepreneurial ecosystems: a systematic literature review
  67. Assessing the Citations of Articles on Intellectual Capital
  68. Bridging Intellectual Capital, Sustainable Development and Quality of Life in Higher Education Institutions
  69. Entrepreneurship and Family Business Vitality
  70. CEO’s Entrepreneurial Profile and Survival of Internationalised Wine Sector SMEs in Portuguese Region of Ribatejo
  71. Insights into a New Research Agenda for the Behavioural Theory of the Firm
  72. Intrapreneurship and Sustainable Human Capital
  73. Non-economic Organizational Performance of SMEs: Is There a Rationale for a Cognitive Entrepreneur?
  74. The Innovative Performance of Family Businesses: An Essay About Intellectual Capital and Absorptive Capacity
  75. Who’s Winning the “Survivor” Race? Gazelle or Non-Gazelle Startups
  76. Unveiling the relationship between quality of academic life and regional development
  77. A metamodel for competence assessment
  78. Quality of Work Life and Organizational Performance: Workers’ Feelings of Contributing, or Not, to the Organization’s Productivity
  79. Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Family Business Vitality
  80. The intellectual capital of higher education institutions
  81. Eco-Innovation Influencers: Unveiling the Role of Lean Management Principles Adoption
  82. Diversification by young, small firms: the role of pre-entry resources and entry mistakes
  83. The “Local Town Market Area” in Enna, Sicily: Using the Psychology of Sustainability to Propose Sustainable and Developmental Policies
  84. Open Innovation Business Modeling
  85. Glocal corporate social responsibility and co-creation of shared values in the mining industry
  86. Collaborative Innovation Networks
  87. Place branding: revealing the neglected role of agro food products
  88. Book review: Corporate social responsibility, sustainability, and ethical relations—Strengthening synergies with human resources
  89. Concepts, Methodologies and Tools of Gamification and Design Thinking
  90. Methodological Design and Empirical Findings
  91. Theoretical Framework and Proposed Model
  92. Back to the future of intellectual capital research: a systematic literature review
  93. Does the quality of academic life mediate the satisfaction, loyalty and recommendation of HEI students?
  94. Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) growth and financing sources: Before and after the financial crisis
  95. Intellectual capital and performance
  96. Electronic platforms as a new ecosystem of the organization and the conduct of business
  97. Collaborative Innovation Networks
  98. Entrepreneurial Aptitude and Gender-Related Stereotypes: A Research on Competences, Policies and Practices to Foster Entrepreneurial Culture in a Less Favoured Environment
  99. Entrepreneurial Competences: Comparing and Contrasting Models and Taxonomies
  100. Entrepreneurial, Innovative and Sustainable Ecosystems
  101. Entrepreneurship and the Industry Life Cycle
  102. Human Capital, Organizational Competences and Knowledge and Innovation Transfer: A Case Study Applied to the Mining Sector
  103. Intellectual Capital Assets and Brand Value of English Football Clubs
  104. Introduction
  105. The Emerald Handbook of Public–Private Partnerships in Developing and Emerging Economies
  106. The Innovative and Entrepreneurial Nature of Sport: A Critical AssessmentThe Innovative and Entrepreneurial Nature of Sport: A Critical Assessment
  107. Coopetition and Co-innovation: Do Manufacturing and Service Providers Behave Differently?
  108. Industry 4.0
  109. Family Business and Entrepreneurship: Competencies and Organizational Behavior
  110. Introduction
  111. Corporate Social Responsibility and Cause-Related Marketing in School Sports Events: Assessing Consumption Decisions of External Stakeholders
  112. Female Entrepreneurship in Transition Economies - Trends and Challenges: A Critical Review2016 1 Edited by Veland Ramadani Shqipe, Gërguri-Rashiti and Alain FayolleFemale Entrepreneurship in Transition Economies - Trends and Challenges: A Critical Revi...
  113. Absorptive capacity, coopetition and generation of product innovation: contrasting Italian and Portuguese manufacturing firms
  114. Entrepreneurial and Innovative Practices in Public Institutions
  115. Open Innovative Governance, Municipalities’ Transparency and Citizens’ Quality of Life: Are They a Perfectly Matched Trilogy?
  116. Assessing the Relation Between Entrepreneurial Environment and Institutions and Aptitude Towards Entrepreneurship: An Experience in Veneto’s Vocational Schools
  117. Absorptive capacity, coopetition and product innovation: A comparative analysis between Italian and Portuguese service firms
  118. Do R&D and licensing strategies influence start-ups' growth?
  119. Entrepreneurship, Human Capital, and Regional Development
  120. Introduction
  121. Coopetition and Open Innovation: An Application to KIS vs. Less-KIS Firms
  122. Does the Quality of Academic Life Matter for Students’ Performance, Loyalty and University Recommendation?
  123. Evaluating Students’ Quality of Academic Life
  124. Does the academic spin-off condition play a role in patent valuation?
  125. Is there a linear relationship between R&D intensity and growth? Empirical evidence of non-high-tech vs. high-tech SMEs
  126. Determinants of Diversification by Young, Small Firms
  127. Diversification and Survival of Young, Small Firms
  128. Assessing the nonlinear nature of the effects of R&D intensity on growth of SMEs: a dynamic panel data approach
  129. Sources of finance for R&D investment: Empirical evidence from Portuguese SMEs using dynamic estimators
  130. Globalisation, entrepreneurship and regional environment
  131. Inward FDI and ICT: are they a joint technological driver of entrepreneurship?
  132. Strategic coopetition of global brands: a game theory approach to 'Nike + iPod Sport Kit' co-branding
  133. Are there nonlinear relationships between the profitability of Portuguese service SME and its specific determinants?
  134. Are there non-linearities between SME growth and its determinants? A quantile approach
  135. The Theory and Practice of Entrepreneurship
  136. On the evaluation of the performance of SMEs from a human and organisational capital perspective
  137. Public policies for fostering entrepreneurship. A European perspective
  138. Entrepreneurship and ICT: a comparative analysis between Germany and Portugal
  139. Public Policies for Fostering Entrepreneurship
  140. Cooperation in innovation practices among firms in Portugal: do external partners stimulate innovative advances?
  141. Reinforcing the Entrepreneurial Innovation Capacity of Industrial SMEs with Networks
  142. ICT and FDI: Do they advance the development of technological entrepreneurship?
  143. Individual Entrepreneurship Capacity and Performance of SMEs
  144. Barriers to innovation faced by manufacturing firms in Portugal: how to overcome it for fostering business excellence?
  145. The Contagion Effects of Financial Crises on Stock Markets of Developed Countries
  146. Barriers to Innovation Faced by Manufacturing Firms in Portugal: How to Overcome it?
  147. Liberalization of European Telecommunications and Entrepreneurship: Why German and Portuguese Experiences are so Equal and so Different?
  148. E-Governance and public marketing tools for universities: A benchmarking proposal
  149. About the vertical integration of network services
  150. About the vertical integration of network services
  151. Optimal Divisionalization of Cable Television Operators Networks
  152. The Effect of Trialable Advertising on the Durable Goods Pricing
  153. Digital Challenges for the Small and Medium Enterprises of the Textile and Clothing Industry in Portugal
  154. International Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer: The CDM Situation in China
  155. Introduction