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Hans

Prof. Hans Löfsten

Department of Technology Management and Economics

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

 

Email: hans.lofsten@chalmers.se


Qualifications 

1992 Ph.D., Economics and Law, Göteborg University, Sweden

1988 B.S., Economics and Law, Göteborg University, Sweden


Publications (Selected)
 

1. Börjesson, S. and Löfsten, H., 2011, Innovation capabilities in very small firms – A study of 131 high-tech firms and their relation to performance. International journal of Business Innovation and Research. Accepted 2011-05-07.

2. Pasche, M., Persson, M. and Löfsten, H., 2011, Platform dimensions - effects on product innovation projects. Accepted 2011-03-20, International Journal of Operations and Production Management.

3. Aaboen, L., Löfsten, H. and Bengtsson, L., 2011, Nourishment for the piggy bank: facilitation of external financing in incubators. International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, Vol. 10, Nos. 3/4, pp. 354-374. InderScience Publishers.

4. Löfsten, H, 2010, Critical incubator dimensions for small firm performance – a study of new technology-based firms localized in 16 incubators. International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Vol 4, No. 3, pp 256-279. Inderscience Publishers.

5. Aaboen, L., Lindelöf, P. and Löfsten, H., 2008, Incubator performance: an efficiency frontier analysis. International Journal of Business Innovation and Research, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp 354-380. Inderscience Publishers.

6. Aaboen, L., Lindelöf, P. and Löfsten, H., 2008, Towards incubator facilitation of technology transfer. International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, Vol 5, No 3, pp. 331-355. Inderscience Publishers.

7. Dettwiler, P., Lindelöf, P., and Löfsten, H., 2006, Business environment and property management issues - a study of growth firms in Sweden. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp 120-133. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

8. Lindelöf, P. and Löfsten, H, 2006, Importance of management accounting in new technology based firms in Sweden - analysis of environmental and strategic variables. International Journal of Business Environment, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 137-161. Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.

9. Lindelöf, P. and Löfsten, H., 2006, Environmental hostility and firm behaviour - an empirical examination of new technology-based firms on Science Parks. Journal of Small Business Management, Vol 44, No. 3, pp. 386-406. Blackwell Publishing.

10. Lindelöf, P., and Löfsten, H., 2006, Science Park effects in Sweden – dimensions critical for firm growth. International Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 451-475. Inderscience Publishers.

11. Aaboen, L., von Koch, C, Lindelöf, P. and Löfsten, H., 2006, Corporate governance and performance of small high-tech firms in Sweden. Technovation - An international journal of technical innovation and entrepreneurship, Vol 26, nr 8, pp 955-968. Elsevier Science.

12. Dettwiler, P., Lindelöf, P and Löfsten, H., 2006, Linking Facilities Management to Location and to Growth and Performance - A Comparative Survey between Small New Technology-Based Firms Located On and Off Science Parks. Technovation - An international journal of technical innovation and entrepreneurship, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp 506–517. Elsevier Science.

13. Lindelöf, P., and Löfsten, H., 2005, Academic versus corporate new technology-based firms in Swedish Science Parks: an analysis of performance, business networks and financing. International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 31, Nos. ¾, pp 334-357. Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.

14. Löfsten, H., and Lindelöf, P., 2005, R&D networks and product innovation patterns of academic and non-academic new technology-based firms on Science Parks. Technovation -An international journal of technical innovation and entrepreneurship, Vol. 25, No. 9, 1025-1037. Elsevier Science.

15. Löfsten, H. and Lindelöf, P., 2005, Environmental hostility, strategic orientation and the importance of management accounting – empirical analysis of new technology-based firms. Technovation - An international journal of technical innovation and entrepreneurship, Vol. 25,No. 7, pp. 725-738. Elsevier Science.

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