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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Companies as Incubators.TUEBKE Alexander; EMPSON TomArticles in Journals
2001Corporate and Research-Based Spin-Offs: Drivers for Knowledge-Based Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Proceedings of the Workshop.MONCADA-PATERNO-CASTELLO P.; TUEBKE Alexander; MIEGE Robin; BOTELLA YAQUERO TomasBooks
2010Does Europe Perform Too Little Corporate R&D? A Comparison of EU and non-EU Corporate R&D PerformanceMONCADA PATERNO' CASTELLO PIETRO; CIUPAGEA Constantin; SMITH Keith; TUBBS Mike; TUEBKE ALEXANDERArticles in Journals
2012Doing R&D or Not (in a Crisis), That Is the Question...CINCERA Michele; COZZA Claudio; TUEBKE Alexander; VOIGT PeterArticles in Journals
2013EU R&D SCOREBOARD: The 2012 EU Industrial R&D Investment ScoreboardHERNANDEZ GUEVARA Hector; TUEBKE Alexander; HERVAS SORIANO FERNANDO; VEZZANI ANTONIO; CHRISTENSEN JanEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Globale FuE-Aktivitäten deutscher UnternehmenGRENZMANN Christoph; JAKOB Andreas; TUEBKE ALEXANDERArticles in books
2003Patterns of Industrial Change in the Post-Communist Candidate Countries.TUEBKE AlexanderArticles in Journals
2002RTD Evaluation Toolbox. Assessing the Socio-Economic Impact of RTD-PoliciesFAHRENKROG Gustav arturo; TUEBKE Alexander; POLT Wolfgang; ROJO Jaime; ZINOECKER KlausEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011Techno-economic analysis of key renewable energy technologies (PV, CSP and wind)TUEBKE Alexander; HERNANDEZ GUEVARA HectorEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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