Innovation, Science, and Institutional Change: A Research Handbook

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Overview


Innovation is a key factor not just in the Research and Design process, but in research, institutions, and society. This research handbook is unique in examining research findings and new theoretical models relating to innovation at a number of analytic levels: projects, organizations, industrial sectors, and society.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780199573455
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 6/22/2009
  • Pages: 592
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Jerald Hage is Director of the Center of Innovation in the Department of Sociology at the University of Maryland.
Marius Meeus is Professor of Innovation and Organization at the University of Utrecht.

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Table of Contents

1. Product and Process Innovation, Scientific Research, Knowledge Dynamics, and Institutional Change: An Introduction, Marius Meeus and Jerald Hage
Section I: Product and Process Innovation
2. Introduction, Marius Meeus and Charles Edquist
3. Product and Process Innovation: A Review of Organizational and Environmental Determinants, Faribroz Dmanapour and Deepa Aravind
4. Interorganizational Relations and Innovation: Review and Speculation, Marius Meeus and Jan Faber
5. Knowledge-based View of Radical Innovation: Toyota Prius Case, Ikujiro Nonaka and Vesa Peltokorpi
6. Markets and Industrial Innovation, Stan Metcalfe
7. Can Regulations Induce Environmental Innovations? An Analysis of the Role of Regulations in the Pulp and Paper Industry in Selected Industrialized Countries, James Foster, Mikael Hildén, and Niclas Adler
8. Innovation Policy Enhancing Product and Process Innovation in a Systems of Innovation Perspective, Charles Edquist
Section II: Scientific Research
9. Introduction, Gretchen Jordan and Jerald Hage
10. Factors Influencing Advances in Science and Technology: Variation due to Diversity in Research Profiles, Gretchen Jordan
11. Network Attributes Impacting the Generation and Flow of Knowledge Within and From the Basic Science Community, Susan Mohrman, Jay Galbraith, and Peter Monge
12. Innovation, Learning, and Macro-Institutional Change: The Limits of the Market Model as an Organizing Principle for Research Systems, Luke Georghiou
13. How is Innovation Influenced by Science and Technology Policy Governance? Transatlantic Comparisons, Stefan Kuhlmann and Philip Shapira
14. Two Styles of Knowing and Knowledge Regimes: Between 'Explicitation' and 'Exploration' Under Conditions of 'Functional Specialization' or 'Fragmental Distribution', Werner Rammert
Section III: Knowledge Dynamics in Context
15. Introduction, Harro van Lente
16. Building Innovation Capabilities: The Development of Design-Oriented Organizations, Armand Hatchuel, Pascal Lemasson, and Benoit Weil
17. New Sources of Radical Innovation Research-Technologies: Transversity and Distributed Learning in a Post-Industrial Order, Terry Shinn
18. How Markets Matter: Radical Innovation, Societal Acceptance and the Case of Genetically Engineered Food, Eric Jolivet and Marc Maurice
19. Prospective Structures of Science and Science Policy, Harro van Lente
20. The Role of Education and Training Systems in Innovation, David Finegold
Section IV: Institutional Chance
21. Introduction, Jerald Hage
22. A Path Dependent Perspective on Institutional and Organizational Factors Shaping Major Scientific Discoveries, J. Rogers Hollingsworth
23. Turning Tracks? Path Dependence, Technological Paradigm Shifts, and Organizational and Institutional Change, Frans van Waarden and Herman Oosterwijk
24. Patterns of Institutional and Societal Change, Jerald Hage
25. Export the Silicon Valley to Europe: How Useful is Comparative Institutional Theory?, Steven Casper
26. What's New? General Patterns fo Planned Macro-Institutional Change, John Campbell
27. Insights for R&D Managers, Parry M. Norling
28. Conclusion

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