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Journal of Advanced Management Science
Entrepreneurial process, from the recognition or creation of business opportunities to the exploitation of opportunities through new firm creation, requires nascent entrepreneurs to be "jacks of all trades" even though they need not to be a master of all. Focusing on the role of business incubators as knowledge transfer organizations, this study examines how the scope and focus of skills that incubation managers can transfer to nascent entrepreneurs affect new firm creation, and how the impactsdoi:10.12720/joams.1.1.71-74 fatcat:fdykeljkszbelc52tri4v5kk6m