• Accelerating Technology-based Economic Development in the Canary Islands 

      Jarrett, James E.; Aguirre, José Manuel; Kaehler, Richard; Durden, Elizabeth (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2000-02-28)
      This report provides an analysis of technology-based entrepreneurship, R&D and university technology transfer, workforce training, financing, and industry clusters, and benchmarks the Canary Islands with other regions and ...
    • Accelerating Technology-based Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship in Greater Moncton Part B, Full Data Presentation 

      IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin (2007-04)
      Report prepared for the Moncton Technology Planning Group, Moncton, NB, Canada. It emphasizes the importance of having common visions and action plans to mobilize key local partnerships.
    • Accelerating Technology-based Economic Growth and Entrepreneurship in Greater Moncton: Part A, Executive Summary  

      IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2007-01)
      Report prepared for the Moncton Technology Planning Group, Moncton, NB, Canada. It emphasizes the importance of having common visions and action plans to mobilize key local partnerships.
    • Accelerating Technology-Based Growth and Entrepreneurship in the Greater Waco Region 

      IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2002)
      Study prepared for the Greater Waco Technology Planning Group to assist in visioning a new economic future for Waco. The Executive Summary, which is prepared as a stand-alone document, is included in the main report along ...
    • Across the Income Divide: High-Tech Industries in Texas Metropolitan Areas 

      Echeverri-Carroll, Elsie L.; Kumazawa, Risa (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2000-10)
      Policymakers in high-technology cities have become increasingly concerned that large segments of their populations are not reaping the benefits of the economic growth associated with these industries. Though it should be ...
    • Activities and Resources of the Galveston Bay 

      Holstrum, Gary L.; Williams, W. Reed (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 1971-12)
      Report on the benefits associated with activities and resources of Galveston Bay. Aggregates data from a variety of sources on the economic value of the Galveston Bay waters in three sectors: (1) recreation, (2) natural ...
    • Application Driven Theory: Rigorously Combining Applied and Basic Research Relevant to Accounting and Marketing 

      Golden, Linda L.; Cooper, William W.; Brockett, Patrick L. (Journal of Accounting & Marketing, 2012-01)
      In this editorial, the authors argue that accounting and marketing research can be both practically relevant and theoretically well-grounded, if a paradigm of application driven theory is adopted and rigorously applied. ...
    • Articulating Problems and Markets: A Translation Analysis of Entrepreneurs’ Emergent Value Propositions 

      Spinuzzi, Clay; Altounian, David; Pogue, Gregory P.; Zhu, Lily; Cochran, Robert (SAGEWritten Communication, 2018-07-18)
      In this qualitative study, the authors apply Callon’s sociology of translation to examine how new technology entrepreneurs enact material arguments that involve the first two moments of translation—problematization (defining ...
    • An Assessment of Mental Health Services for Veterans in the State of Texas 

      Eaton, David; Hornbach, Rebecca; Marcotte, Lauren; Read, Lindsay (LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin, 2015)
      This report describes the complex challenges faced by veterans and their families in seeking, navigating, and attaining adequate mental health care in Texas. There are 1.7 million veterans in Texas, comprising 8.6 percent ...
    • An Assessment of the Adult Entertainment Industry in Texas 

      Kellison, J. Bruce; Busch-Armendariz, Noël; Jarrett, James E. (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2009-03)
      This project, a collaboration between the Bureau of Business Research (BBR) and the Institute on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (IDVSA) at The University of Texas at Austin, assesses the socio-economic impact of ...
    • Assets and Challenges for Accelerated Technology-Based Growth in Hidalgo County: A Knowledge-Based Benchmarking 

      Brazier, Gerald D.; Gibson, David V. (University of Texas Pan-American, 2001-10-31)
      Assessment of assets and challenges to the development of a knowledge-based economy in Hidalgo County, Texas, driven by technology industries, second-generation manufacturing, and value-added support services. Includes ...
    • Assisting Regional Growth through Technology Commercialization: Lessons Learned in Global Programs 

      Global Commercialization Group (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2012-06-28)
      The Global Commercialization Group (GCG) of the IC² Institute at The University of Texas at Austin has been implementing economic development programs for over a decade. Through work in thirteen different countries and ...
    • At the Crossroads: The Texas/Mexico Border Economy at Cameron County and Matamoros 

      Gibson, David V.; Rhi-Perez, Pablo; Zavaleta, Antonio (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2006-06)
      Cameron County, Texas and Matamoros, Mexico face the Rio Grande River where it meets the Gulf of Mexico; it is a place of natural beauty and agricultural strength. The region has a strong economic and cultural heritage, ...
    • The Austin Index: Monitoring a City's Progress 

      Echeverri-Carroll, Elsie L.; Wright, Rita J. (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2003-06)
      Developed in 2002 by the Bureau of Business Research (BBR), the Austin Index began as a pilot project to benchmark the economy of the Austin-San Marcos metropolitan statistical area (MSA). The Index uses twenty indicators ...
    • Austin Sui Generis?: The Strength and Resilience of the High-Tech Complex 

      Oden, Michael D. (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998-02)
      Since the late 1980s, the growth of the Austin regional economy has outpaced that of other medium-sized high-tech centers. Austin’s economic expansion was based on four private sector growth drivers: computer and office ...
    • Austin Sui Generis?: The Strength and Resilience of the High-Tech Complex 

      Oden, Michael (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 1998-01)
    • Austin Technology-Based Industry Report 

      Gibson, David V.; Smilor, Raymond W.; Kozmetsky, George (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 1991-03)
      Exploratory study to report on the current status of Austin's technology-based manufacturing industries, to identify emerging technologies that may be important to the Austin economy, and to provide a perspective on the ...
    • Austin's Wireless Future 

      IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 2004-01)
      This report explores the near-term future of wireless – ubiquitous mobile voice and data communication, with focus on three categories of wireless services and products (existing cellular and PCS services and products; ...
    • The Austin/San Antonio Corridor: The Dynamics of a Developing Technopolis 

      Smilor, Raymond W.; Kozmetsky, George; Gibson, David V. (IC² Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, 1987-03)
      Examination of the factors contributing to the development of the Austin/San Antonio corridor as a high-technology center in the years 1945-1986. The paper uses a conceptual framework called the Technopolis Wheel, which ...
    • Banking Across Borders: The Future of the U.S.-Mexico Remittance Corridor 

      Taparia, Vivek (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2005-02)
      In 2004, Mexican immigrants in the United States sent a record of $16.6 billion dollars to their relatives in Mexico. Cross-border consolidation of banks has created the opportunity for migrants to send money home at no ...