Josh Siepel
Josh Siepel
Senior Lecturer, SPRU, University of Sussex
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Big Pharma, little science?: A bibliometric perspective on Big Pharma's R&D decline
I Rafols, MM Hopkins, J Hoekman, J Siepel, A O'Hare, ...
Technological forecasting and social change 81, 22-38, 2014
From funding gaps to thin markets: The UK support for early stage venture capital in the 21st century
P Nightingale, M Cowling, C Dannreuther, M Hopkins, C Mason, ...
London, BVCA and NESTA, 2009
Non-founder human capital and the long-run growth and survival of high-tech ventures
J Siepel, M Cowling, A Coad
Technovation 59, 34-43, 2017
Growth processes of high-growth firms as a four-dimensional chicken and egg
A Coad, M Cowling, J Siepel
Industrial and Corporate Change 26 (4), 537-554, 2017
Public intervention in UK small firm credit markets: Value-for-money or waste of scarce resources?
M Cowling, J Siepel
Technovation 33 (8-9), 265-275, 2013
Anglo-Saxon governance: Similarities, difference and outcomes in a financialised world
J Siepel, P Nightingale
Critical Perspectives on Accounting 25 (1), 27-35, 2014
Just how difficult can it be counting up R&D funding for emerging technologies (and is tech mining with proxy measures going to be any better)?
MM Hopkins, J Siepel
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 25 (6), 655-685, 2013
Skills combinations and firm performance
J Siepel, R Camerani, M Masucci
Small Business Economics 56, 1425-1447, 2021
Innovative firms and growth: UK Innovation Survey
A Coad, M Cowling, P Nightingale, G Pellegrino, M Savona, J Siepel
Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, 2014
How do we measure firm performance? A review of issues facing entrepreneurship researchers
J Siepel, M Dejardin
Handbook of Quantitative Research Methods in Entrepreneurship, 4-20, 2020
The fusion effect: the economic returns to combining arts and science skills
J Siepel, R Camerani, G Pellegrino, M Masucci
A report for Nesta. London: Nesta, 2016
Growth processes of high-growth firms in the UK
A Coad, M Cowling, J Siepel
NESTA working paper, 2012
Creative industries radar: mapping the UK’s creative clusters and microclusters
J Siepel, R Camerani, M Masucci, J Velez Ospina, P Casadei, M Bloom
London: Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre led by Nesta, 2020
What factors of early‐stage innovative projects are likely to drive projects’ success? A longitudinal analysis of Korean entrepreneurial firms
H Noh, J Siepel, YE Kim, J Seo, JK Son, S Lee
R&D Management 48 (5), 627-640, 2018
Creative Radar 2021: The impact of COVID-19 on the UK’s creative industries
J Siepel, J Velez-Ospina, R Camerani, M Bloom, M Masucci, P Casadei
Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre and Sussex University, London, 2021
How do we measure firm performance
J Siepel, M Dejardin
A review of issues facing entrepreneurship researchers, 2020
Long-run drivers of growth for UK high-technology firms
J Siepel, M Cowling, A Coad
Entrepreneurial Growth: Individual, Firm, and Region, 95-126, 2015
BIS Equity Schemes Evaluation
MC Cowling, W Liu, GC Murray, J Siepel, P Nightingale
London, Department of Business Innovation and Skills, 2011
UK Innovation Survey: Highly innovative firms and growth
A Coad, M Cowling, P Nightingale, G Pellegrino, M Savona, J Siepel
Department for Business Innovation and Skills, London. URN BIS/14/643, 2014
Starving the golden goose? Access to finance for innovators in the creative industries
S Di Novo, G Fazio, J Sapsed, J Siepel
Journal of Cultural Economics 46 (2), 345-386, 2022
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