Dr. Le Nguyen Doan Khoi


This paper presented the notion of the academic entrepreneurship appears to be promising as research on exploiting
technological knowledge originated within universities. In addition, entrepreneurial climate adds a new facet towards
other “sub climates” like innovation climate, justice climate or service climate. Given the proven linkages between climate concepts and positive
outcomes like performance or satisfaction, the concept of academic entrepreneurship contributes to entrepreneurship research.

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