Creating Wealth from Knowledge: Meeting the Innovation Challenge

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781849806183
  • Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Introduction John Bessant Bessant, John Tim Venables Venables, Tim

Pt. I Context

2 Science and Technology in the UK Pablo D'Este D'Este, Pablo Andy Neely Neely, Andy

3 How Open is Innovation? Linus Dahlander Dahlander, Linus David Gann Gann, David

4 Innovation Policy as Cargo Cult: Myth and Reality in Knowledge-led Productivity Growth Alan Hughes Hughes, Alan

5 New Innovation Models and Australia's Old Economy Mark Dodgson Dodgson, Mark John Steen Steen, John

6 Evolution of UK Government Support for Innovation Tim Minshall Minshall, Tim

Pt. II Firm Development Through Knowledge

7 Entrepreneurship in the Knowledge Economy Erik Stam Stam, Erik Elizabeth Garnsey Garnsey, Elizabeth

Pt. III Connecting for Innovation

8 Sustaining Breakthrough Innovation in Large Established Firms: Learning Traps and Counteracting Strategies Simone Ferriani Ferriani, Simone Elizabeth Garnsey Garnsey, Elizabeth David Probert Probert, David

9 Search Strategies for Discontinuous Innovation John Bessant Bessant, John Bettina von Stamm von Stamm, Bettina

10 Accelerating Diffusion Amongst Slow Adopters Richard Adams Adams, Richard John Bessant Bessant, John

11 Understanding and Overcoming Resistance to Innovation Sue Morton Morton, Sue Neil Burns Burns, Neil

Pt. IV Wealth from Knowledge

12 How Firms Source Knowledge from Universities: Partnering versus Contracting Markus Perkmann Perkmann, Markus Kathryn Walsh Walsh, Kathryn

13 What are the Factors that Drive the Engagement of Academic Researchers in Knowledge Transfer Activities? Some Reflections for Future Research Pablo D'Este D'Este, Pablo Andy Neely Neely, Andy

14 Exploring the Role of Geographic Proximity inShaping University Industry Interaction Kate Bishop Bishop, Kate Toke Reichstein Reichstein, Toke Ammon Salter Salter, Ammon

15 Enhancing the Flow of Knowledge to Innovation: Challenges for University-based Knowledge Transfer Systems Hossein Sharifi Sharifi, Hossein Weisheng Liu Liu, Weisheng B. McCaul McCaul, B. Dennis Kehoe Kehoe, Dennis

16 Enabling Information Infrastructures and Technologies Roula Michaelides Michaelides, Roula Dennis Kehoe Kehoe, Dennis

17 Conclusion John Bessant Bessant, John Tim Venables Venables, Tim


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