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Innovation as Viewed from Within the Corporation

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  • Jim Lichtenberg

    (The Conference Board)

  • Christopher Woock

    (The Conference Board)

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Part of the Supplemental Materials for INNOVATION AND U.S. COMPETITIVENESS The Conference Board report #R-1441-09-RR About the Report: The Conference Board has recently undertaken a project on innovation and competitiveness, with funding from Microsoft Corporation. The goal of the project is to provide an overview of the current state of knowledge on the nature of innovation, and its role in stimulating economic growth and improved living standards in the U.S. The project draws on experts across the academic, corporate, and policy arenas, in addition to The Conference Board’s own analysis, surveys, and focus groups of the business community. Such experts met in February 2007 to present and discuss various aspects of the innovation process and measurement thereof. Each presenter wrote a summary piece focusing on his respective area of expertise. These summary documents underpin the content in Innovation and U.S. Competitiveness; however the conclusions drawn are those of The Conference Board alone. These papers are retained for reference in The Conference Board Economics Program Working Paper Series.

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  • Jim Lichtenberg & Christopher Woock, 2008. "Innovation as Viewed from Within the Corporation," Economics Program Working Papers 08-08, The Conference Board, Economics Program.
  • Handle: RePEc:cnf:wpaper:0808
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