ΝΙΚΟΣ ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΥ
ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΥ ΝΙΚΟΣ
NICOLAOU NICOS
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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Department of Business and Public Administration
FEB 01 - Faculty of Economics and Management
University Campus
ΟΕΔ01
22893619
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Προσωπικό Προφίλ

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Entrepreneurship, Innovation Management, Behavioral Genetics, University Spinouts, Social Networks, University-Industry Technology Transfer.
  •        Nicolaou, N., Birley, S. (2003). Social networks in organizational emergence: the university spinout phenomenon. Management Science 49(11) 1702-1725.
  •        Nicolaou, N., Birley, S. (2003). Academic networks in a trichotomous categorization of university spinouts. Journal of Business Venturing 18 (3) 333-359.
  •        Nicolaou, N. (2006). Institutional structures and the creation of university spinouts. European Biopharmaceutical Review Spring, 34-39.
  •        Nicolaou, N. (2007). A spinning streak: A four-dimensional perspective on university spinouts. European Biopharmaceutical Review Spring, 26-31.
  •        Nicolaou, N. Shane, S., Cherkas, L., Hunkin, J., Spector, T. (2008). Is the tendency to engage in entrepreneurship genetic? Management Science 54(1) 167-179.
  • Winner of the INFORMS 2013 best paper Award for the best paper published in 2008 in Management Science or Organization Science.
  •        Nicolaou, N., Shane, S. Cherkas, L., Spector, T. (2008). The influence of sensation seeking in the heritability of entrepreneurship. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 2 7-21. Lead Article
  •        Criscuolo, P. Nicolaou, N., Salter, A. (2008). The elixir or burden of youth? Exploring differences among start-ups and established firms in innovation behavior in the UK. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  •        Nicolaou, N. Shane, S., Cherkas, L., Spector, T. (2009). Opportunity recognition and the tendency to be an entrepreneur: A bivariate genetics perspective. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 110(2) 108-117.
  •        Nicolaou, N., Shane, S. (2009). Born entrepreneurs? The genetic foundations of entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Venturing 23 1-22. Lead Article
  • Published with commentary: Johnson, W. (2009). So what or so everything? Bringing behavior genetics to entrepreneurship research. Journal of Business Venturing, 24 23-26.
  •        Shane, S., Nicolaou, N., Cherkas, L., Spector, T. (2010) Do openness to experience and opportunity recognition have the same genetic source? Human Resource Management 49(2) 291-303.
  •        Nicolaou, N. Shane, S. (2010). Entrepreneurship and occupational choice: genetic and environmental influences. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 76 3-14. Lead Article
  •        Shane, S., Nicolaou, N., Cherkas, L., Spector, T. (2010). Genetics, the Big Five, and the Tendency to Be Self-Employed. Journal of Applied Psychology 95(6) 1154-1162.
  •        Chugh. H., Nicolaou, N., Barnes, S. (2011). Psychological ownership and escalation of commitment in university spinouts. Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance. 13(3) 243-265.
  •        Nicolaou, N, Shane, S, Adi, G., Mangino, M., Harris, J. (2011). A polymorphism associated with entrepreneurship: Evidence from dopamine receptor candidate genes. Small Business Economics. 36 151-155.
  •        Quaye, L., Nicolaou, N., Shane, S., Harris, J. (2012). A Study of Gene-Environment Interactions in Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Research Journal. 2 (2), DOI: 10.1515/2157-5665.1053
  •        Criscuolo, P., Nicolaou, N., Salter, A. (2012). The elixir (or burden) of youth? Exploring differences in innovation between start-ups and established firms. Research Policy, 319-333.
  •        Quaye, L., Nicolaou, N., Shane, S., Mangino, M. (2012). A discovery genome-wide association study of entrepreneurship. International Journal of Developmental Science 6 127-135. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Profile Information

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Entrepreneurship, University-Industry Technology Transfer, University Spinouts, Behavioral Genetics, Innovation Management, Social Networks.
  •        Nicolaou, N., Birley, S. (2003). Social networks in organizational emergence: the university spinout phenomenon. Management Science 49(11) 1702-1725.
  •        Nicolaou, N., Birley, S. (2003). Academic networks in a trichotomous categorization of university spinouts. Journal of Business Venturing 18 (3) 333-359.
  •        Nicolaou, N. (2006). Institutional structures and the creation of university spinouts. European Biopharmaceutical Review Spring, 34-39.
  •        Nicolaou, N. (2007). A spinning streak: A four-dimensional perspective on university spinouts. European Biopharmaceutical Review Spring, 26-31.
  •        Nicolaou, N. Shane, S., Cherkas, L., Hunkin, J., Spector, T. (2008). Is the tendency to engage in entrepreneurship genetic? Management Science 54(1) 167-179.
    • Winnder of the 2013 INFORMS best paper award for the best paper published in 2008 in Management Science or Organization Science
  •        Nicolaou, N., Shane, S. Cherkas, L., Spector, T. (2008). The influence of sensation seeking in the heritability of entrepreneurship. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 2 7-21. Lead Article
  •        Criscuolo, P. Nicolaou, N., Salter, A. (2008). The elixir or burden of youth? Exploring differences among start-ups and established firms in innovation behavior in the UK. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.
  •        Nicolaou, N. Shane, S., Cherkas, L., Spector, T. (2009). Opportunity recognition and the tendency to be an entrepreneur: A bivariate genetics perspective. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 110(2) 108-117.
  •        Nicolaou, N., Shane, S. (2009). Born entrepreneurs? The genetic foundations of entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Venturing 23 1-22. Lead Article
  • Published with commentary: Johnson, W. (2009). So what or so everything? Bringing behavior genetics to entrepreneurship research. Journal of Business Venturing, 24 23-26.
  •        Shane, S., Nicolaou, N., Cherkas, L., Spector, T. (2010) Do openness to experience and opportunity recognition have the same genetic source? Human Resource Management 49(2) 291-303.
  •        Nicolaou, N. Shane, S. (2010). Entrepreneurship and occupational choice: genetic and environmental influences. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 76 3-14. Lead Article
  •        Shane, S., Nicolaou, N., Cherkas, L., Spector, T. (2010). Genetics, the Big Five, and the Tendency to Be Self-Employed. Journal of Applied Psychology 95(6) 1154-1162.
  •        Chugh. H., Nicolaou, N., Barnes, S. (2011). Psychological ownership and escalation of commitment in university spinouts. Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance. 13(3) 243-265.
  •        Nicolaou, N, Shane, S, Adi, G., Mangino, M., Harris, J. (2011). A polymorphism associated with entrepreneurship: Evidence from dopamine receptor candidate genes. Small Business Economics. 36 151-155.
  •        Quaye, L., Nicolaou, N., Shane, S., Harris, J. (2012). A Study of Gene-Environment Interactions in Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Research Journal. 2 (2), DOI: 10.1515/2157-5665.1053
  •        Criscuolo, P., Nicolaou, N., Salter, A. (2012). The elixir (or burden) of youth? Exploring differences in innovation between start-ups and established firms. Research Policy, 319-333.
  •        Quaye, L., Nicolaou, N., Shane, S., Mangino, M. (2012). A discovery genome-wide association study of entrepreneurship. International Journal of Developmental Science 6 127-135.