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Number of items: 29.

2019

Mickiewicz, Tomasz M, Hart, Mark, Nyakudya, Frederick and Theodorakopoulos, Nicholas (2019). Ethnic pluralism, immigration and entrepreneurship. Regional Studies, 53 (1), pp. 80-94.

2018

Parkes, Geoff, Hart, Mark, Rudd, John and Liu, Rebecca (2018). The role of behavioural competences in predicting entrepreneurial funding resource orchestration. Cogent Business & Management, 5 (1),

Anyadike-danes, Michael and Hart, Mark (2018). All grown up? The fate after 15 years of a quarter of a million UK firms born in 1998. Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 28 (1), pp. 45-76.

2017

Stephan, Ute, Braidford, Paul, Folmer, Emma, Hart, Mark and Lomax, Steve (2017). Social enterprise: Market trends 2017. London: Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) & Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS_.

Mickiewicz, Tomasz, Nyakudya, Frederick, Theodorakopoulos, Nicholas and Hart, Mark (2017). Resource endowment and opportunity cost effects along the stages of entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics, 48 (4), 953–976.

2016

Martinez-Covarrubias, Juan, Lenihan, Helena and Hart, Mark (2016). Public support for business innovation in Mexico:a cross-sectional analysis. Regional studies, Early ,

2015

Mason, Colin, Brown, Ross, Hart, Mark and Anyadike-Danes, Michael (2015). High growth firms, jobs and peripheral regions:the case of Scotland. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 8 (2), pp. 343-358.

McGuirk, Helen, Lenihan, Helena and Hart, Mark (2015). Measuring the impact of innovative human capital on small firms' propensity to innovate. Research policy, 44 (4), pp. 965-976.

Stephan, Ute, Hart, Mark, Mickiewicz, Tomasz M and Drews, Cord-Christian (2015). Understanding Motivations for Entrepreneurship. BIS Research Paper . London: Department of Business Innovation & Skill.

Stephan, Ute, Hart, Mark, Mickiewicz, Tomasz, Drews, Cord-Christian and IFF Research (2015). Understanding motivations for entrepreneurship. BIS Research Paper . Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

Anyadike-Danes, Michael, Hart, Mark and Du, Jun (2015). Firm dynamics and job creation in the United Kingdom:1998–2013. International Small Business Journal, 33 (1), pp. 12-27.

Wright, Mike, Roper, Stephen, Hart, Mark and Carter, Sara (2015). Joining the dots:building the evidence base for SME growth policy. International Small Business Journal, 33 (1), pp. 3-11.

Stephan, Ute, Hart, Mark and Drews, Cord-Christian (2015). Understanding motivations for entrepreneurship:a review of recent research evidence. Birmingham (UK): Enterprise Research Centre.

2014

Levie, Jonathan, Autio, Erkko, Acs, Zoltan and Hart, Mark (2014). Global entrepreneurship and institutions:an introduction. Small Business Economics, 42 (3), pp. 437-444.

Mole, Kevin F., Hart, Mark and Roper, Stephen (2014). When moving information online diminishes change:advisory services to SMEs. Policy Studies, 35 (2), pp. 172-191.

2013

Anyadike-Danes, Michael, Hart, Mark and Du, Jun (2013). Firm dynamics and job creation in the UK. ERC White Paper . Enterprise Research Centre.

2012

Bhaumik, Sumon, Bonner, Karen and Hart, Mark (2012). Investment efficiency among a cross-section of UK firms:implications for the debate on financing constraints. Working Paper. National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA).

Autio, Erkko, Cleevely, Matthew, Hart, Mark, Levie, Jonathan, Acs, Zoltan J. and Szerb, László (2012). Entrepreneurial profile of the UK in the light of the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index. Working papers series . Imperial College Business School.

2011

Anyadike-Danes, Michael, Hart, Mark and Lenihan, Helena (2011). New business formation in a rapidly growing economy:the Irish experience. Small Business Economics, 36 (4), pp. 503-516.

Mole, Kevin F., Hart, Mark, Roper, Stephen and Saal, David S. (2011). Broader or deeper? Exploring the most effective intervention profile for public small business support. Environment and Planning A, 43 (1), pp. 87-105.

2010

Driffield, Nigel, Du, Jun, Hart, Mark, Love, Jim and Tapinos, Efstathios (2010). A comparative evaluation of the impact of UK Trade & Investment's R&D programme and other UKTI support that impacts R&D. UKTI Research Report . Aston University.

Levie, Jonathan, Hart, Mark and Karim, Mohammed (2010). Impact of media on entrepreneurial intentions and actions. Department of Business Innovation & Skill.

2009

Anyadike-Danes, Michael, Hart, Mark and Bonner, Karen (2009). Who creates the jobs? Working Paper. Economic Research Institute of Northern Ireland. (Unpublished)

Mole, Kevin F., Hart, Mark, Roper, Stephen and Saal, David S. (2009). Assessing the effectiveness of business support services in England:evidence from a theory based evaluation. International Small Business Journal, 27 (5), pp. 557-582.

Anyadike-Danes, Michael, Bonner, Karen, Hart, Mark and Mason, Colin (2009). Measuring business growth:high-growth firms and their contribution to employment in the UK. London (UK): National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA).

Anyadike-Danes, Michael, Hart, Mark and Lenihan, Helena (2009). New business formation in a rapidly growing economy: The Irish experience. Working Paper. Economic Research Institute of Northern Ireland.

Levie, Jonathan, Hart, Mark and Anyadike-Danes, Michael (2009). The effect of business or enterprise training on opportunity recognition and entrepreneurial skills of graduates and non-graduates in the UK. IN: Frontiers of Entrepreneurial Research. Babson.

2008

Hart, Mark, Driffield, Nigel L., Roper, Stephen and Mole, Kevin F. (2008). Evaluation of regional selective assistance (RSA) and selective finance for investment in England (SFIE) 2000-2004 Report for the DTI. Discussion Paper. Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform.

2005

Lenihan, Helena, Hart, Mark and Roper, Stephen (2005). Developing an evaluative framework for industrial policy in Ireland:fulfilling the audit trail or an aid to policy development. Quarterly Economic Commentary , pp. 69-86.

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