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List of Acknowledgments for Tables and Figures

List of Acknowledgments for Tables and Figures

Table 1.1:Percent of Firms in Selected Industries That Have Become Inc 500 Firms. Source: Adapted from data contained in Eckhardt, J. 2003. When the Weak Acquire Wealth: An Examination of the Distribution of High Growth Startups in the U.S. Economy. Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland.
Figure 3.1:The S-shaped Curve of Technology Development. Source: Adapted from Foster, R. 1986. Innovation: The Attacker’s Advantage (New York: Summit Books).
Figure 5.1:The Normal Distribution of Product Adoption. Source: Adapted from Rogers, E. 1983. Diffusion of Innovations (New York: Free Press), p. 247.
Figure 5.2:Crossing the Chasm. Source: Adapted from Moore, G. 1991. Crossing the Chasm. (New York: Harper Collins), p. 17.
Figure 5.3:The S-Shaped Curve of Diffusion. Source: Adapted from Rogers, S. 1983. Diffusion of Innovations. (New York: Free Press), p. 243.
Figure 6.1:An Example of the Effect of the Learning Curve on Production Rates. Source: Adapted from Baron, R., and Shane, S. 2005. Entrepreneurship: A Process Perspective (Mason, Ohio: Southwestern), p. 41.
Table 7.1:Effectiveness of Product Patents by Industry. Source: Adapted from Levin, R., Klevorick, A., Nelson, R., and Winter, S. 1987. Appropriating the returns to industrial research and development. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 3, p. 797.
Figure 10.1:An Example of Real Options Evaluation. Source: Adapted from Afuah, A. 1998. Innovation Management: Strategies, Implementation and Profits (New York: Oxford University Press), p. 209.



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