Niall MacKenzie
Niall MacKenzie
Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow
Verified email at glasgow.ac.uk
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Clio in the business school: Historical approaches in strategy, international business and entrepreneurship
A Perchard, NG MacKenzie, S Decker, G Favero
Business History 59 (6), 904-927, 2017
422017
Leveraging knowledge as a competitive asset? The intensity, performance and structure of universities’ entrepreneurial knowledge exchange activities at a regional level
Q Zhang, NG MacKenzie, D Jones-Evans, R Huggins
Small Business Economics 47 (3), 657-675, 2016
322016
Exploring the antecedents of sustainable tourism development
N MacKenzie, MJ Gannon
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2019
252019
Follow the leader or the pack? Regulatory focus and academic entrepreneurial intentions
M Johnson, EW Monsen, NG MacKenzie
Journal of Product Innovation Management 34 (2), 181-200, 2017
212017
From ‘Techniums’ to ‘emptiums’: the failure of a flagship innovation policy in Wales
R Pugh, NG MacKenzie, D Jones-Evans
Regional studies 52 (7), 1009-1020, 2018
132018
A regional perspective on the entrepreneurial university: Practices and policies
NG MacKenzie, Q Zhang
Handbook on the entrepreneurial university, 2014
102014
‘Too much on the Highlands?’Recasting the Economic History of the Highlands and Islands
A Perchard, N Mackenzie
Northern Scotland 4 (1), 3-22, 2013
102013
Measuring open innovation in SMEs
D Jones-Evans, A Gkikas, M Rhisiart, NG MacKenzie
Researching Open Innovation in SMEs, 399-427, 2018
92018
Creating market failure: Business-government relations in the British paper-pulp industry, 1950–1980
NG MacKenzie
Business History Review 92 (4), 719-741, 2018
72018
Public Sector Support and Technology-Based SMEs in Peripheral Areas—The Case Of North Wales
SJ Yoo, NG Mackenzie, D Jones-Evans
Journal of Enterprising Culture 20 (01), 83-104, 2012
72012
A Spirit of Generosity: Philanthropy in the Scotch Whisky Industry
NG MacKenzie, J Gordon, MJ Gannon
Business History Review 93 (3), 529-552, 2019
62019
Female leadership in contemporary Chinese family firms
S Chen, HC Fang, NG MacKenzie, S Carter, L Chen, B Wu
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 35 (1), 181-211, 2018
52018
Aligning to disadvantage: How corporate political activity and strategic homophily create path dependence in the firm
A Perchard, NG MacKenzie
Human Relations, 0018726720908923, 2020
42020
Open Innovation, SMEs and Regional Development: Evidence from the UK
D Jones-Evans, A Gkikas, M Rhisiart, N MacKenzie
ISPIM Innovation Symposium, 1, 2016
42016
Be careful what you wish for: comparative advantage and the Wilson Smelters Project, 1967-82
NG MacKenzie
From Warfare to Welfare: Business-Government Relations in the Aluminium Industry, 2012
32012
Innovation performance of manufacturing SMEs within a non-competitive regional economy: The case of Wales
A Gkikas, D Jones-Evans, N MacKenzie
22013
Technical entrepreneurship
N MacKenzie, D Jones-Evans
Enterprise and small business: principles, practice & policy, 268-288, 2012
22012
Chucking buns across the fence? Governmental planning and regeneration projects in the Scottish Highland economy, 1945-82
NG MacKenzie
University of Glasgow, 2008
22008
" Chucking Buns across the Fence?” Government-Sponsored Industry Development in the Scottish Highlands, 1945-1982
NG MacKenzie
Business and Economic History Online 4, 1945-82, 2006
22006
Artificial Intelligence and Entrepreneurship: Implications for Venture Creation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
D Chalmers, NG MacKenzie, S Carter
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 1042258720934581, 2020
12020
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