How does the entrepreneurial orientation of scientists affect their scientific performance? Evidence from the Quadrant Model

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Naohiro Shichijo; Silvia Rita Sedita; Yasunori Baba;

Using Stokes's (1997) "quadrant model of scientific research", this paper deals with how the entrepreneurial orientation of scientists affects their scientific performance by considering its impact on scientific production (number of publications), scientific prestige (... View more
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