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Schwerpunktbericht zur Innovationserhebung 2012: Innovationspartnerschaften entlang von Wertschöpfungsketten

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  • Rammer, Christian
  • Hünermund, Paul

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Dieser Bericht präsentiert Ergebnisse zu einer Schwerpunktfrage in der Innovationserhebung 2012 im Rahmen des Mannheimer Innovationspanels (MIP), die sich dem Thema Innovationspartnerschaften entlang von Wertschöpfungsketten und den Gründen für einen Verzicht auf eine Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Unternehmen und Einrichtungen widmete. Außerdem werden die Eckdaten der Innovationserhebung 2012 im Hinblick auf Stichprobenumfang, Rücklauf, Erhebungsinstrument und Datenaufbereitung dargestellt. Innovationspartnerschaften bezeichnen dabei die Zusammenarbeit eines Unternehmens mit anderen Unternehmen und Einrichtungen mit dem Ziel, Innovationen zu entwickeln oder einzuführen. Die Partner können Kunden, Lieferanten, Wettbewerber oder Wissenschaftseinrichtungen sein. Die Zusammenarbeit in der Partnerschaft kann von formalen Kooperationen bis zum informellen Informationsaustausch reichen. Nicht alle an einer Innovationspartnerschaft beteiligten Akteure müssen dabei selbst Innovationen einführen, eine Beteiligung an einer Innovationspartnerschaft kann auch unterstützende Leistungen für die Innovationen der Partner umfassen. (...)

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  • Rammer, Christian & Hünermund, Paul, 2013. "Schwerpunktbericht zur Innovationserhebung 2012: Innovationspartnerschaften entlang von Wertschöpfungsketten," ZEW Dokumentationen 13-03, ZEW - Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research.
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