1999, Volume 28, Issue 7
- 719-749 Systems option for sustainable development--effect and limit of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry's efforts to substitute technology for energy
by Watanabe, Chihiro
- 751-776 New perspectives on the innovation strategies of multinational enterprises: lessons for technology policy in Europe
by Meyer-Krahmer, Frieder & Reger, Guido
- 777-792 The construction of the techno-economic: networks vs. paradigms
by Green, Ken & Hull, Richard & McMeekin, Andrew & Walsh, Vivien
1999, Volume 28, Issue 6
- 563-585 An integrated network approach to systems of innovation--the case of robotics in Japan
by Kumaresan, Nageswaran & Miyazaki, Kumiko
- 587-600 R&D dynamics of creating patents in the Japanese industry
by Kondo, Masayuki
- 601-614 The rise and fall of 'Supernet': a case study of technology transfer policy for smaller firms
by Bessant, John
- 615-624 Innovative output, and a firm's propensity to patent.: An exploration of CIS micro data
by Brouwer, Erik & Kleinknecht, Alfred
- 625-642 Organizing international technological collaboration in subcontractor relationships: an investigation of the knowledge-stickiness problem
by Andersen, Poul Houman
- 643-660 Technological entry, exit and survival: an empirical analysis of patent data
by Malerba, Franco & Orsenigo, Luigi
1999, Volume 28, Issue 5
- 451-468 Interdependencies between the science and technology infrastructure and innovation activities in German regions: empirical findings and policy consequences
by Blind, Knut & Grupp, Hariolf
- 469-488 Variety and niche creation in aircraft, helicopters, motorcycles and microcomputers
by Frenken, Koen & Saviotti, Paolo P. & Trommetter, Michel
- 489-499 The efficacy of different modes of funding research: perspectives from Australian data on the biological sciences
by Bourke, Paul & Butler, Linda
- 501-517 The self-similar science system1
by Katz, J. Sylvan
- 519-543 In search of the European Paradox: an international comparison of Europe's scientific performance and knowledge flows in information and communication technologies research
by Tijssen, Robert J. W. & van Wijk, Erik
- 545-562 Territorial concentration and evolution of science and technology activities in the European Union: a descriptive analysis
by Zitt, M. & Barre, R. & Sigogneau, A. & Laville, F.
1999, Volume 28, Issue 4
- 337-350 Failure and success: the fate of industrial policy in Latin America and South East Asia
by Etzkowitz, Henry & Brisolla, Sandra N.
- 351-376 Patterns of restructuring in research, development and innovation activities in central and eastern European countries: an analysis based on S&T indicators1
by Radosevic, Slavo & Auriol, Laudeline
- 377-396 Patent statistics in the age of globalisation: new legal procedures, new analytical methods, new economic interpretation
by Grupp, Hariolf & Schmoch, Ulrich
- 397-422 Public research and industrial innovations in Germany
by Beise, Marian & Stahl, Harald
- 423-439 The implications of network use, production network externalities and public networking programmes for firm's productivity
by Koski, Heli
1999, Volume 28, Issue 2-3
- 107-117 Editorial
- 119-144 Technological globalisation and innovative centres: the role of corporate technological leadership and locational hierarchy1
by Cantwell, John & Janne, Odile
- 145-155 Patterns of internationalisation of corporate technology: location vs. home country advantages1
by Patel, Pari & Vega, Modesto
- 157-178 Decentralised R&D and strategic competitiveness: globalised approaches to generation and use of technology in multinational enterprises (MNEs)
by Pearce, Robert D.
- 179-193 Foreign direct investment in industrial research in the pharmaceutical and electronics industries--results from a survey of multinational firms
by Kuemmerle, Walter
- 195-213 How do you mean 'global'? An empirical investigation of innovation networks in the multinational corporation
by Zander, Ivo
- 215-230 Canadian R&D abroad management practices
by Niosi, Jorge & Godin, Benoit
- 231-250 New concepts and trends in international R&D organization
by Gassmann, Oliver & von Zedtwitz, Maximilian
- 251-274 Globalization of R&D: recent changes in the management of innovation in transnational corporations
by Gerybadze, Alexander & Reger, Guido
- 275-302 Internationalization of corporate R&D: a study of Japanese and Swedish corporations1
by Granstrand, Ove
- 303-316 Globalization of industrial R&D: an examination of foreign direct investments in R&D in the United States
by Serapio Jr., Manuel G. & Dalton, Donald H.
- 317-336 The policy implications of the globalisation of innovation
by Archibugi, Daniele & Iammarino, Simona
1999, Volume 28, Issue 1
- 1-22 What is behind the recent surge in patenting?1
by Kortum, Samuel & Lerner, Josh
- 23-41 Overseas R&D and the strategic evolution of MNEs: evidence from laboratories in the UK
by Pearce, Robert & Papanastassiou, Marina
- 43-61 Transnational cooperation and policy networks in European science policy-making
by Grande, Edgar & Peschke, Anke
- 63-80 Make and buy in innovation strategies: evidence from Belgian manufacturing firms
by Veugelers, Reinhilde & Cassiman, Bruno
- 81-98 Designing the future: the culture of new trends in science and technology
by Guice, Jon
1998, Volume 27, Issue 9
- 881-899 Technological innovation in services and manufacturing: results from Italian surveys
by Sirilli, Giorgio & Evangelista, Rinaldo
- 901-913 The impact of transaction costs on the institutional structuration of collaborative academic research
by Landry, Rejean & Amara, Nabil
- 915-935 In search of project classification: a non-universal approach to project success factors
by Dvir, D. & Lipovetsky, S. & Shenhar, A. & Tishler, A.
- 937-946 Passing the European Patent Office: evidence from the data-processing industry
by van Dijk, Theon & Duysters, Geert
- 947-976 Why has the investment performance of technology-specialist, European venture capital funds been so poor?
by Murray, Gordon C. & Marriott, Richard
1998, Volume 27, Issue 8
- 757-769 Mediation in the Dutch science system
by van der Meulen, Barend & Rip, Arie
- 771-780 Research institutions in France: between the Republic of science and the nation-state in crisis
by Papon, Pierre
- 781-791 Socialist academies of sciences: the enforced orientation of basic research at user needs
by Mayntz, Renate
- 793-805 The social shaping of the national science base
by Pavitt, Keith
- 807-821 The role of funding agencies in the cognitive development of science
by Braun, Dietmar
- 823-833 The norms of entrepreneurial science: cognitive effects of the new university-industry linkages
by Etzkowitz, Henry
- 835-851 Science-based technologies: university-industry interactions in four fields
by Meyer-Krahmer, Frieder & Schmoch, Ulrich
- 853-868 Experimental implementation as a linking mechanism in the process of innovation
by van den Daele, Wolfgang & Krohn, Wolfgang
- 869-879 Science and the media
by Weingart, Peter
1998, Volume 27, Issue 7
- 655-675 Technical change and incorporated R&D in the service sector
by Amable, Bruno & Palombarini, Stefano
- 677-687 The economic impact of Canadian university R&D
by Martin, Fernand
- 689-709 A cognitive model of innovation
by Nightingale, Paul
- 711-724 Innovation policies within the framework of internationalization
by Jacobs, Dany
- 725-745 Small and large firms: sources of unequal innovations?
by Tether, B. S.
1998, Volume 27, Issue 6
- 559-568 The inevitable limits of EU R&D funding
by Pavitt, Keith
- 569-588 Competitiveness and cohesion--are the two compatible?
by Sharp, Margaret
- 589-598 The networks promoted by the framework programme and the questions they raise about its formulation and implementation
by Laredo, Philippe
- 599-610 The difficulties in assessing the impact of EU framework programmes
by Luukkonen, Terttu
- 611-626 Global cooperation in research
by Georghiou, Luke
- 627-637 Global interdependence or the European fortress? Technology policies in perspective
by Vayrynen, Raimo
- 639-654 The changing structure of the US national innovation system: implications for international conflict and cooperation in R&D policy
by Mowery, David C.
1998, Volume 27, Issue 5
- 445-463 Does technological convergence imply convergence in markets? Evidence from the electronics industry
by Gambardella, Alfonso & Torrisi, Salvatore
- 465-489 Towards a theory of the technology-based firm1
by Granstrand, Ove
- 491-506 The entry mode choice of MNEs: an evolutionary approach
by Mutinelli, Marco & Piscitello, Lucia
- 507-523 Technological overlap and interfirm cooperation: implications for the resource-based view of the firm
by Mowery, David C. & Oxley, Joanne E. & Silverman, Brian S.
- 525-540 Do firms in clusters innovate more?
by Baptista, Rui & Swann, Peter
- 541-558 Patterns of internationalization of Spanish innovatory firms
by Molero, Jose
1998, Volume 27, Issue 4
- 337-347 Economic analyses of Industrial Research Institutes in developing countries: the Indian experience
by Katrak, Homi
- 349-367 On the structuring of variation in innovation processes: a case of new product development in the crop protection industry
by den Hond, Frank
- 369-383 Organizational processes to meet new performance criteria: Chinese pharmaceutical firms in transition
by White, Steven & Liu, Xielin
- 385-395 The relevance of science and technology indicators: the case of pulp and paper
by Laestadius, Staffan
- 397-414 Science policies as principal-agent games: Institutionalization and path dependency in the relation between government and science
by Van der Meulen, Barend
- 415-428 A typology of networks: flexible and evolutionary firms
by Belussi, Fiorenza & Arcangeli, Fabio
- 429-433 Analysis of in-house R&D centres of innovative firms in India
by Sikka, Pawan
1998, Volume 27, Issue 3
- 237-253 'Knowledge management practices' and path-dependency in innovation
by Coombs, Rod & Hull, Richard
- 255-271 A comparison of networks between industry and public sector research in materials technology and biotechnology
by Peters, Lois & Groenewegen, Peter & Fiebelkorn, Nico
- 273-284 The benefits and costs of strong patent protection: a contribution to the current debate
by Mazzoleni, Roberto & Nelson, Richard R.
- 285-300 Assessment of Flemish R&D in the field of information technology: A bibliometric evaluation based on publication and patent data, combined with OECD research input statistics
by Noyons, E. C. M. & Luwel, M. & Moed, H. F.
- 301-314 Domestic and international product-embodied R&D diffusion
by Papaconstantinou, G. & Sakurai, N. & Wyckoff, A.
- 315-332 Modes of experimentation: an innovation process--and competitive--variable
by Thomke, Stefan & von Hippel, Eric & Franke, Roland
1998, Volume 27, Issue 2
- 111-126 Optimal scale for research and development in foreign environments--an investigation into size and performance of research and development laboratories abroad
by Kuemmerle, Walter
- 127-141 What percentage of innovations are patented? empirical estimates for European firms
by Arundel, Anthony & Kabla, Isabelle
- 143-158 The occupational dynamics of recent Canadian engineering graduates inside and outside the bounds of technology
by Lavoie, Marie & Finnie, Ross
- 159-175 Managing innovation: The pursuit of competitive advantage and the design of innovation intense environments
by Roberts, Rhonda
- 177-185 Partnerships in transition economies: international strategic technology alliances in Russia
by Hagedoorn, John & Sedaitis, Judith B.
- 187-213 Fiscal incentives to consumer innovation: the use of unleaded petrol in Europe
by Stoneman, Paul & Battisti, Giuliana
- 215-228 Technology acquisition, de-regulation and competitiveness: a study of Indian automobile industry
by Narayanan, K.
1998, Volume 27, Issue 1
- 1-15 Industrial research as a source of important patents
by Ernst, Holger
- 17-35 The evolution of technological capabilities in the multinational corporation--dispersion, duplication and potential advantages from multinationality
by Zander, Ivo
- 37-54 A dynamic analysis of the relations between the structure and the process of National Systems of Innovation using computer simulation; the case of the Dutch biotechnological sector
by Janszen, Felix H. A. & Degenaars, Grada H.
- 55-74 Simulation, learning and R&D performance: Evidence from automotive development
by Thomke, Stefan H.
- 75-93 The nature of long-run technological change: innovation, evolution and technological systems
by Leoncini, Riccardo
- 95-107 Comparative analysis of a set of bibliometric indicators and central peer review criteria: Evaluation of condensed matter physics in the Netherlands
by Rinia, E. J. & van Leeuwen, Th. N. & van Vuren, H. G. & van Raan, A. F. J.
1998, Volume 26, Issue 9
- 933-946 New technology-based firms in the European union: an introduction
by Storey, D. J. & Tether, B. S.
- 947-971 Smaller firms and Europe's high technology sectors: a framework for analysis and some statistical evidence
by Tether, B. S. & Storey, D. J.
- 973-987 New, technology-based firms in small open economies--An analysis based on the Finnish experience
by Autio, Erkko & Yli-Renko, Helena
- 989-1003 NTBFs--the French case
by Delapierre, Michel & Madeuf, Bernadette & Savoy, Arlene
- 1005-1022 New technology-based firms in Germany: a survey of the recent evidence
by Licht, Georg & Nerlinger, Eric
- 1023-1036 Creative adaptation: the role of new technology based firms in Portugal
by Laranja, Manuel & Fontes, Margarida
- 1037-1057 Public policy measures to support new technology-based firms in the European Union
by Storey, D. J. & Tether, B. S.
1998, Volume 26, Issue 7-8
- 719-732 The drivers of cooperation between buyers and suppliers for product innovation
by Bidault, Francis & Despres, Charles & Butler, Christina
- 733-751 Location of innovating activities, industrial structure and techno-industrial clusters in the French economy, 1985-1990. Evidence from US patenting
by Bergeron, Sophie & Lallich, Stephane & Le Bas, Christian
- 753-771 The influence of local search and performance heuristics on new design introduction in a new product market
by Martin, Xavier & Mitchell, Will
- 773-776 Academic research and industrial innovation: An update of empirical findings1
by Mansfield, Edwin
- 777-790 Does sticky information affect the locus of innovation? Evidence from the Japanese convenience-store industry
by Ogawa, Susumu
- 791-809 Quantitative assessment of large heterogeneous R&D networks: the case of process engineering in the Netherlands1
by Tijssen, Robert J. W.
- 811-827 International diffusion of a new tool: the case of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) in the retailing sector
by Jimenez-Martinez, Julio & Polo-Redondo, Yolanda
- 829-841 Innovation and export behaviour at the firm level
by Wakelin, Katharine
- 843-856 On the dynamics of appropriability, of tacit and of codified knowledge
by Saviotti, Pier Paolo
- 857-881 Innovation systems and technological specialization in Latin America and the Caribbean
by Alcorta, Ludovico & Peres, Wilson
- 883-895 Combining technology and corporate strategy in small high tech firms
by Berry, Maureen M. J. & Taggart, James H.
1998, Volume 26, Issue 6
- 605-624 Modeling systems of innovation: An enterprise-centered view
by Padmore, Tim & Schuetze, Hans & Gibson, Hervey
- 625-641 Modelling systems of innovation: II. A framework for industrial cluster analysis in regions
by Padmore, Tim & Gibson, Hervey
- 643-659 Towards knowledge-based product development: the 3-D CAD model of knowledge creation
by Baba, Yasunori & Nobeoka, Kentaro
- 661-675 Improving the effectiveness of public-private R&D collaboration: case studies at a US weapons laboratory
by Ham, Rose Marie & Mowery, David C.
- 677-687 Determinants of university participation in EU-funded R & D cooperative projects
by Geuna, Aldo
- 689-710 Product complexity, innovation and industrial organisation
by Hobday, Mike
- 711-718 Institutions and the map of science: matching university departments and fields of research
by Bourke, Paul & Butler, Linda
1997, Volume 26, Issue 4-5
- 391-403 Patents, licensing, and market structure in the chemical industry
by Arora, Ashish
- 405-428 Learning and path-dependence in the diffusion of innovations: comparative evidence on numerically controlled machine tools
by Mazzoleni, Roberto
- 429-446 Present at the biotechnological revolution: transformation of technological identity for a large incumbent pharmaceutical firm
by Zucker, Lynne G. & Darby, Michael R.
- 447-473 Evaluating government-sponsored R&D consortia in Japan: who benefits and how?
by Sakakibara, Mariko
- 475-491 Regional innovation systems: Institutional and organisational dimensions
by Cooke, Philip & Gomez Uranga, Mikel & Etxebarria, Goio
- 493-507 Why has Britain had slower R&D growth?
by Van Reenen, John
- 521-536 Nature and impact of innovation in manufacturing industry: some evidence from the Italian innovation survey
by Evangelista, Rinaldo & Perani, Giulio & Rapiti, Fabio & Archibugi, Daniele
- 537-556 Innovation in services
by Gallouj, Faiz & Weinstein, Olivier
- 557-576 On the organisation of agricultural research in the United Kingdom, 1945-1994: A quantitative description and appraisal of recent reforms
by Thirtle, Colin & Palladino, Paolo & Piesse, Jenifer
- 577-595 Research joint ventures in the US
by Vonortas, Nicholas S.
- 597-598 The technology of transition: Science and technology policies for transition countries, Budapest : Dyker, David A. (ed.): Central European University Press, 1997
by Bross, Ulrike
- 600-601 The development factory: Unlocking the potential of process innovation : G.F. Pisano. Publication date: 4/11/96, Price: $35 hard cover, Length: 368 pages, ISBN: 0-87584-650-5, Publisher: Harvard Business School Press, Boston, Mass. USA
by Bessant, John
- 602-603 Technology and Industrial Development in Japan: Building Capabilities by Learning, Innovation, and Public Policy : Hiroyuki Odagiri and Akira Goto
by Belderbos, ReneA.
1997, Volume 26, Issue 3
- 263-281 New, technology-based firms in innovation networks symplectic and generative impacts
by Autio, E.
- 283-301 Determinants of patent rights: A cross-national study
by Ginarte, Juan C. & Park, Walter G.
- 303-315 Internal R & D expenditures and external technology sourcing
by Veugelers, Reinhilde
- 317-330 The increasing linkage between U.S. technology and public science
by Narin, Francis & Hamilton, Kimberly S. & Olivastro, Dominic
- 331-344 Growth and inventiveness in technology-based spin-off firms
by Dahlstrand, Asa Lindholm
- 345-365 From technological potential to product performance: an empirical analysis
by Iansiti, Marco
- 367-385 Which way to go? Defence technology and the diversity of 'dual-use' technology transfer
by Molas-Gallart, Jordi
- 387-388 The geography of innovation : by Maryann P. Feldman, Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, 1994, 154 pp., ISBN 0-7923-2698-9. Innovation, Networks and Learning Regions? James Simmie (ed.), Jessica Kingsley, London, 1997, 250 pp., ISBN 1-85302-402-3
by Senker, Jacqueline
- 388-389 Communication by design: The politics of information and communication technologies : R. Mansell and R. Silverstone (eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1996, 278 pp
by Wyatt, Sally
- 389-390 Technological infrastructure policy: An international perspective : M. Teubal, D. Foray, M. Justman and E. Zuscovitch (eds.), Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, xvi + 372 pp., ISBN 0-7923-3835-9
by Radosevic, Slavo
1997, Volume 26, Issue 2
- 141-156 The technological competencies of the world's largest firms: Complex and path-dependent, but not much variety
by Patel, Pari & Pavitt, Keith
- 157-168 Policy for science for policy: A commentary on Lambright on ozone depletion and acid rain
by Pielke, Roger Jr. & Betsill, Michele M.
- 169-189 Managing large-scale technology and inter-organizational relations: The case of the Channel Tunnel
by Genus, Audley
- 191-207 Research consortia as a vehicle for basic research: The case of a fifth generation computer project in Japan
by Odagiri, Hiroyuki & Nakamura, Yoshiaki & Shibuya, Minoru
- 209-227 Technological diversification in the multinational corporation--historical evolution and future prospects
by Zander, Ivo
- 229-255 From market magic to calypso science policy a review of Terence Kealey's The economic laws of scientific research
by David, P. A.
- 257-258 Technological innovation and network evolution : Anders Lundgren, (Routledge, London and New York, 1995) xiv + 266 pp., ISBN 0-415-08219-6
by Sloth Andersen, Esben
- 258-260 Coping with trouble: How science reacts to political disturbances of research conditions : Uwe Schimank and Andreas Stucke (Editors), (Campus Verlag, Frankfurt/St. Martin's Press, New York, 1994), 404 pp., ISBN 3-593-35020-3, Campus Verlag; ISBN 0-312-12240-3, St. Martin's Press
by Irwin, Alan
- 260-261 Information and communication technologies. Vision and realities : by William H. Dutton (Ed.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1996, 464 pp. + xx
by Antonelli, Cristiano
1997, Volume 26, Issue 1
- 1-18 What is research collaboration?
by Katz, J. Sylvan & Martin, Ben R.
- 19-32 Smaller enterprises and innovation in the UK: the SPRU innovations database revisited
by Tether, B. S. & Smith, I. J. & Thwaites, A. T.
- 33-48 How persistently do firms innovate?
by Geroski, P. A. & Van Reenen, J. & Walters, C. F.
- 49-66 Getting round the lock-in in electricity generating systems: the example of the gas turbine
by Islas, Jorge
- 67-84 Multi-mode interaction among technologies
by Pistorius, C. W. I. & Utterback, J. M.
- 85-103 The globalization of R&D: Results of a survey of foreign-affiliated R&D laboratories in the USA
by Florida, Richard
- 105-119 The role of flexibility in the development of new products: An empirical study
by Thomke, Stefan H.
- 121-135 Decision-making in research and development collaboration
by Chen, Shin-Horng
- 137-138 Building competencies in the firm: Lessons from Japanese and European optoelectronics : Kumiko Miyazaki, (Macmillan, Basingstoke, 1995), 205 pp., [UK pound]42.50, ISBN: 0333 616731
by Jacobsson, Staffan
- 138-139 Bicycles, bakelites and bulbs: Toward a theory of sociotechnical change : Wiebe Bijker, (MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1995). [UK pound]26.50, 290 + pp., ISBN 0 262 02376 8
by Nelson, Richard R.
1997, Volume 25, Issue 8
- 1161-1188 A catalytic and evolutionary approach to horizontal technology policies (HTPs)
by Teubal, Morris
- 1189-1207 National technology gaps and trade -- an empirical study of the influence of globalisation
by Daniels, Peter L.
- 1209-1219 Rethinking the market-technology relationship for innovation
by Howells, John
- 1221-1234 Sociotechnical constituencies, game theory, and the diffusion of compact discs. An inter-disciplinary investigation into the market for recorded music
by Klaes, Matthias
- 1235-1242 Measuring the unmeasurable: a country's non-R&D expenditure on product and service innovation
by Brouwer, Erik & Kleinknecht, Alfred
- 1243-1259 The French system of innovation in the oil industry some lessons about the role of public policies and sectoral patterns of technological change in innovation networking
by Furtado, Andre
- 1261-1276 Technological competencies and product's evolutionary dynamics a case study from the aero-engine industry
by Prencipe, Andrea
- 1277-1293 Unravelling the cognitive and interorganisational structure of public/private R&D networks: A case study of catalysis research in the Netherlands
by Tijssen, Robert J. W. & Korevaar, Joke C.
1996, Volume 25, Issue 7
- 999-1011 Features of policy-making processes in Japan's Council for Science and Technology
by Tanaka, Yoichi & Hirasawa, Ryo
- 1013-1026 Innovation and employment in Italian manufacturing industry
by Vivarelli, Marco & Evangelista, Rinaldo & Pianta, Mario
- 1027-1046 An analysis of innovation strategies and industrial differentiation through patent applications: the case of plant biotechnology
by Joly, Pierre-Benoit & de Looze, Marie-Angele
- 1047-1058 The modern university: contributor to industrial innovation and recipient of industrial R&D support
by Mansfield, Edwin & Lee, Jeong-Yeon
- 1059-1079 The determinants of overseas R&D by Japanese firms: an empirical study at the industry and company levels
by Odagiri, Hiroyuki & Yasuda, Hideto
- 1081-1096 Industrial innovation in Sub-Saharan Africa: the manufacturing sector in Nigeria
by Oyelaran-Oyeyinka, B. & Laditan, G. O. A. & Esubiyi, A. O.
- 1097-1119 Learning-before-doing in the development of new process technology
by Pisano, Gary P.
- 1121-1137 Horizontal diversification in the Danish national system of innovation: the case of pharmaceuticals
by Laursen, Keld
- 1139-1157 A comparison of the dynamics of industrial clustering in computing and biotechnology
by Swann, Peter & Prevezer, Martha
- 1159-1159 Patent Strategy for Researchers and Research Managers : H. Jackson Knight, (John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, 1996) [UK pound]32.50, 166 pp., ISBN 0 4196095 0
by Scott, S. M.
1996, Volume 25, Issue 6
- 843-863 'Technology transfer' and the research university: a search for the boundaries of university-industry collaboration
by Lee, Yong S.
- 865-899 The social shaping of technology
by Williams, Robin & Edge, David
- 901-922 Profile of public laboratories, industrial partnerships and organisation of R & D: the dynamics of industrial relationships in a large research organisation
by Joly, P. B. & Mangematin, V.
- 923-932 Technological cooperative agreements and firm's R & D intensity. A note on causality relations
by Colombo, Massimo G. & Garrone, Paola
- 933-945 An evolutionary approach to technological innovation in agriculture: some preliminary remarks
by Possas, Mario Luiz & Salles-Filho, Sergio & da Silveira, JoseMaria
- 947-966 Spinning off and spinning on(?): the federal government role in the development of the US computer software industry
by Mowery, David C. & Langlois, Richard N.
- 967-995 Technology transfer and absorption: an 'R & D value-mapping' approach to evaluation
by Kingsley, Gordon & Bozeman, Barrt & Coker, Karen
- 997-998 Firms, markets and economic change: a dynamic theory of business institutions : Richard N. Langlois and Paul L. Robertson, (Routledge, London and New York. 1995)
by von Tunzelmann, G. N.
1996, Volume 25, Issue 5
- 671-687 Modeling the persistence of organizations in an emerging field: the case of hepatitis C
by Clarysse, B. & Debackere, K. & Rappa, M. A.
- 689-711 Analyzing literature-based innovation output indicators: the Italian experience
by Santarelli, Enrico & Piergiovanni, Roberta
- 713-722 Firm size, opportunities for adaptation and in-house R & D activity in developing countries: the case of Indian manufacturing
by Kumar, Nagesh & Saqib, Mohammed
- 723-739 Trade policy and learning by doing: the case of semiconductors
by Gruber, Harald
- 741-758 Government R & D expenditure and space: empirical evidence from five industrialized countries
by Sternberg, Rolf G.
- 759-783 Strategies for technological development in South Korea and Taiwan: the case of semiconductors
by Chen, Cheng-Fen & Sewell, Graham
- 785-804 Business strategies in more- and less-innovative firms in Canada
by Baldwin, John R. & Johnson, Joanne
- 805-818 Evaluation of national R&D projects in Korea
by Lee, Mushin & Son, Byoungho & Om, Kiyong
- 819-836 The publication output and impact of academic chemistry research in the Netherlands during the 1980s: bibliometric analyses and policy implications
by Moed, H. F. & Hesselink, F. Th.
- 837-838 Expertise and innovation: Information technology strategies in the financial services sector : R. Fincham, J. Fleck, R. Proctor, H. Scarbrough, M. Tierney and R. Williams, (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1994, 334 pp.), [UK pound]35.00, ISBN 0 19 828904 9
by Crede, Andreas
- 838-842 National innovation systems. A comparative analysis : Richard R. Nelson (Editor), (Oxford University Press, New York and London, 1993) xii + 541 pp
by Archibugi, Daniele
1996, Volume 25, Issue 4
- 491-507 The role of user firms in the innovation of machine tools: The Japanese case
by Lee, Kong Rae