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Developing a Model for a ‘Ladder of Incubation’ Linked to Higher and Further Education Institutions in Wales

Pam Voisey, Lynne Gornall, Paul Jones Orcid Logo, Brychan Thomas

Industry and Higher Education, Volume: 19, Issue: 6, Pages: 445 - 456

Swansea University Author: Paul Jones Orcid Logo

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Business incubators play a critical role in economic regeneration through the development and support of new and sustainable enterprises. Many UK incubator projects are funded by the European Commission through the higher education sector. This study compares and contrasts six business incubation ca...

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ISSN: 0950-4222 2043-6858
Published: Sage 2005
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