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Value-added partnering and innovation in a changing world

Author: M S van Geenhuizen
Publisher: West Lafayette, Ind. : Purdue University Press, ©2009.
Series: International series on technology policy and innovation.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Addresses the challenges faced by value-added networking and innovation both for firms' strategies and public policies in a context influenced by dynamics of interacting networks that underlie  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Value-added partnering and innovation in a changing world.
West Lafayette, Ind. : Purdue University Press, ©2009
(OCoLC)609290798
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: M S van Geenhuizen
ISBN: 9781557535139 1557535132
OCLC Number: 214322830
Description: xi, 391 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Ch. 1. Introduction: Value-Added Partnering and Innovation in a Changing World / M. van Geenhuizen, D.M. Trzmielak and M. Urbaniak --
pt. I. National Science and Innovation Systems and Policies --
Ch. 2. University-Industry Relations in the Knowledge-Based Economy: How Useful is the "Bayh-Dole Model"? / D.C. Mowery --
Ch. 3. Scientific Output, Social Infrastructure and Science Policies: the Case of Small and Medium-sized Countries / H. Horta and F.M. Veloso --
Ch. 4. Intellectual Capital Approaches within Higher Education Institutions: Lessons from the Autonomous University of Madrid / S. Elena --
Ch. 5. Supporting High-Tech Start-ups: Lessons from Italian Technology Policy / M.G. Colombo and L. Grilli --
Ch. 6. Leveraging Corporate and Country Brands --
How Emerging Countries Can Find Their Way in the Global Economy. The Case of 'Brand for Poland' Project / T. Domanski and M. Herezniak --
Ch. 7. Comparing Innovation Strategies --
Wind Power Policy 1970-2000 in the Netherlands and Denmark / L.M. Kamp --
Ch. 8. Knowledge and Technology Transfer from Academia to Business --
Polish Perspectives / D. Trzmielak --
pt. II. Learning and ICT in Regional Innovation Systems and Clusters --
Ch. 9. Effective Regional Innovation Policies --
Lessons for Polish Regions / T. Markowski --
Ch. 10. Cluster Linkage --
A Case Study of Policy Made by a Japanese Local Government: The Sendai-Finland Wellbeing Center Project / G. Amano --
Ch. 11. What Role for Knowledge Access in Innovation by Small Furniture Manufacturers in Indonesia? / M. van Geenhuizen and N. Indarti --
Ch. 12. Building the Information Society in Portugal: Lessons from the Digital Cities Program 1998-2000 / J.L. Moutinho --
Ch. 13. Reflection on ICT in World City Development and Development of Remote Regions / M. van Geenhuizen --
pt. III. Research & Development, Partnering, Knowledge Management and Firms' Strategies --
Ch. 14. Surveying the Status of Organizational Culture, Improvement and Innovation in the Process Assessment and Knowledge Management Communities / H. van Loon --
Ch. 15. Role of Knowledge Management in Improvement of Management Systems / M. Urbaniak --
Ch. 16. Effect of R & D Capital on Firm Productivity --
Research Policy Implications / E.K. Graversen and M. Mark --
Ch. 17. Innovative & Research and Development Activities of Firms in Luxemburg / V. Dautel --
Ch. 18. Factors Governing a Firm's Choice of R & D-Cooperation Partners / E.K. Graversen and M. Mark --
Ch. 19. Champions of Growth: How Innovative Mid-Sized Firms Keep on Growing / H. Simon --
Ch. 20. Dual Innovation Strategies: Empirical Modelling / M.A. Zegveld and E. den Hartigh --
Ch. 21. Verdoorn Law, Firm Strategy and Firm Performance / E. den Hartigh, F. Langerak and M.A. Zegveld --
Ch. 22. Innovation Strategies of Polish Companies and the Environment in which they Operate / E. Gwarda-Gruszczynska.
Series Title: International series on technology policy and innovation.
Responsibility: edited by Marina van Geenhuizen [and others].
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