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Title: Gli Spin-off universitari: il caso dell’Università degli Studi della Tuscia
Authors: Piccarozzi, Michela
Keywords: Spin-off;Università
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: IFAF
Series/Report no.: Budget. Analisi, programmazione e controllo di gestione; 56
Abstract: 
Analizzando l’esperienza dell’Università degli Studi della Tuscia, si vuole sottolineare come gli strumenti tipici del controllo di gestione,
ed in particolare la predisposizione di un accurato business lan siano fattore di successo per la nascita e lo sviluppo degli spin-off accademici.

The aim of this work is to analyze the phenomenon of academic spin-off.
The importance of this chance as a vehicle for the realization of university research results is underlined by the development that this kind of company have had in Italy in recent years.
The study is led both through the primary literature and through the analysis of a single case.
The reported experience is the one of the Tuscia University and allows to highlight how the beginning of an academic spin-off is a
complex process that often must overcome many obstacles as in management, in corporate governance and above all in fi nancial,
because of the diffi culty in fi nding economical resources.
That’s why, the use of normal instruments of management control can make easier the start-up of these companies contributing to the
creation of a clear organizational structure.
It also assumes the possibility of further development of these companies, thanks to their innovative and high technology and to
investment funds through venture capital operations, especially in the start-up phase of the company.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1402
ISSN: 1974-8086
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