By Rudiger Wink
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Localization economies in the incubator’s region cover the potential for business relations for the spin-off. 4 Source: ZEW Spin-off Survey 2001. All information is expanded for the German statistical population of knowledge-intensive industries. Jürgen Egeln, Sandra Gottschalk, Christian Rammer and Alfred Spielkamp 35 the spin-off provide a favourable base for user–producer interaction and supplier links, and represent a competitive environment for the spin-off. 3. The type of incubator affects to some extent the way of cooperation and the organization of linkages between the incubator and the spin-off (see Beise and Stahl 1999 on the types of public research institutions in Germany).
To his surprise this had positive results and he was invited to work for several months with the US army’s huge electronics command. It was a very important experience for Dwek because the sheer size of the team there enabled him ‘to see how big science could be done’. He had access to all the contracts that the US army had with universities; was free to visit any of the academics working on them; and so could ask how they were tackling their contracts and what they were achieving. Similarly, he could seek assistance from US industry, not least in evaluating research outcomes.
The same holds true if public research is a client of the spin-off. Spin-offs that employ students tend to stay within a 75 km circle of the incubator. A striking result of the analysis is in relation to the knowledge intensity of the spin-off and the relevance of transferring new research results to the market by spinning off. All variables that measure these aspects are insignificant. The decision to locate close or further away from the incubator is not driven by the extent to which knowledge transfer is at the centre of the new firm formation.