Interactions in Innovation Process as a Factor of Innovativeness and Efficiency of Enterprises – Analysis Based on the Polish Innovation System
According to the concept of an innovation system, an innovation system consists of institutions and interactions between them. Thanks to them a given economy is an efficient mechanism of distribution of knowledge for its further recombination. The concept shows how the linear and network- based character of innovation process affects the functioning of an economy, which for growth depends on innovations. The analysis of the impact of the more intense interactions of the Polish enterprises in the innovation process on their innovativeness and competitiveness proves the concept of innovation system to be right. Analysis performed through different methods confirmed the validity of the hypothesis that there is a positive relationship between an interactive way of innovation activity and the effectiveness of innovation process and hence success of firms.
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- El¿bieta Wojnicka & Przemys³aw Rot & Piotr Tamowicz & Tomasz Brodzicki, 2005. "Regional Innovation System in the Pomeranian Province of Poland," Others 0503003, EconWPA.
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