Teresa Hogan
Teresa Hogan
Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance Dublin City University
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Capital structure in new technology-based firms: Evidence from the Irish software sector
T Hogan, E Hutson
Global Finance Journal 15 (3), 369-387, 2005
‘A jack of all trades’: the role of PIs in the establishment and management of collaborative networks in scientific knowledge commercialisation
DN Boehm, T Hogan
The Journal of Technology Transfer 39 (1), 134-149, 2014
Science-to-Business collaborations: A science-to-business marketing perspective on scientific knowledge commercialization
DN Boehm, T Hogan
Industrial Marketing Management 42 (4), 564-579, 2013
Bank credit and trade credit: Evidence from SMEs over the financial crisis
G McGuinness, T Hogan
International Small Business Journal 34 (4), 412-445, 2016
European Trade Credit Use and Firm Survival
McGuinness, Gerard., Hogan, Teresa and Powell, Ronan
Available at SSRN 2586744, 2015
The role of the University in eco-entrepreneurship: Evidence from the Eurobarometer Survey on Attitudes of European Entrepreneurs towards Eco-innovation
FJ Sáez-Martínez, Á González-Moreno, T Hogan
Environmental Engineering and Management Journal 13 (10), 2541-2541, 2014
University research scientists as knowledge workers: contract status and employment opportunities
B Harney, K Monks, A Alexopoulos, F Buckley, T Hogan
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 25 (16), 2219-2233, 2014
Drivers of external equity funding in small high‐tech ventures
T Hogan, E Hutson, P Drnevich
Journal of Small Business Management 55 (2), 236-253, 2017
What factors determine the use of venture capital? Evidence from the Irish software sector
T Hogan, E Hutson
Venture Capital 7 (3), 259-283, 2005
Defining family business: A closer look at definitional heterogeneity
V Diaz-Moriana, T Hogan, E Clinton, M Brophy
The Palgrave handbook of heterogeneity among family firms, 333-374, 2019
Capital structure in new technology-based firms: venture capital-backed versus non-venture capital-backed firms in the Irish software sector
T Hogan, E Hutson
Venture Capital in Europe, 187-198, 2007
The relation between key events in the development phase and the financial structure of NTBFs in the software sector
T Hogan, E Hutson
International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 2 (2), 227-243, 2006
Chapter 2 defining university spin-offs
T Hogan, Q Zhou
New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium, 7-23, 2010
Chapter 11 The High-Technology Pecking Order in Spinoffs and Non-SpinoffsTeresa Hogan and Elaine HutsonThe High-Technology Pecking Order in Spinoffs and Non-Spinoffs in the …
T Hogan, E Hutson
New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium (New Technology Based Firms …, 2008
Start-Ups and Closures in Indigenous Manufacturing: An Analysis of the Census of Industrial Production 1986-1995
A Foley, T Hogan
Irish Banking Review, 43-56, 1998
Doctoral competencies and graduate research education: focus and fit with the knowledge economy?
F Buckley, J Brogan, J Flynn, K Monks, T Hogan, A Alexopoulos
The Learning, Innovation and Knowledge Research Centre, Dublin City University, 2009
The financing of new technology-based firms in the Irish software product sector
T Hogan
University College Dublin, 2004
Fast growth firms in Ireland-an empirical assessment
T Hogan, A Foley
Dublin City University Business School, 1996
Understanding the Start-up Funding Process in Venture Capital-backed and Non-venture Capital-backed Firms
T Hogan, E Hutson
Entrepreneurship, Growth and Economic Development, 2011
How Useful is the Stage Model Theory in Explaining the Capital Structure of Venture Capital-Backed and Non-Venture Capital-Backed Firms?
T Hogan, E Hutson
New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium: Funding: An Enduring …, 2010
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