2005, Volume 34, Issue 9
- 1419-1439 Modularity and innovation in knowledge-intensive business services: IT outsourcing in Germany and the UK
by Miozzo, Marcela & Grimshaw, Damian
- 1440-1452 Technology and the generation of international knowledge spillovers: An application to Spanish manufacturing firms
by Alvarez, Isabel & Molero, Jose
- 1453-1454 In: W.A.H. Thissen and P.M. Herder, Editors, Critical Infrastructures: State of the Art in Research and Application, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston/Dordrecht/London (2003) (304 pp., [UK pound] 81.00, ISBN 1-4020-7601-0)
by Brady, Tim
- 1454-1456 A. Grubler, N. Nakicenovic and W.D. Nordhaus, Editors, Technological Change and the Environment, Resources for the Future, Washington, DC (2002) (388 pp., Price US$ 49.00, ISBN 1 891853 465)
by Berkhout, Frans
2005, Volume 34, Issue 8
- 1123-1127 Regionalization of innovation policy--Introduction to the special issue
by Fritsch, Michael & Stephan, Andreas
- 1128-1149 Regionally asymmetric knowledge capabilities and open innovation: Exploring 'Globalisation 2'--A new model of industry organisation
by Cooke, Phil
- 1150-1172 Innovation in regions: What does really matter?
by Ronde, Patrick & Hussler, Caroline
- 1173-1190 Knowledge bases and regional innovation systems: Comparing Nordic clusters
by Asheim, Bjorn T. & Coenen, Lars
- 1191-1202 Does the Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship hold for regions?
by Audretsch, David B. & Lehmann, Erik E.
- 1203-1219 One size fits all?: Towards a differentiated regional innovation policy approach
by Todtling, Franz & Trippl, Michaela
- 1220-1234 Innovation and regional economic development: A matter of perspective?
by Howells, Jeremy
- 1235-1249 Constructing jurisdictional advantage
by Feldman, Maryann & Martin, Roger
- 1250-1268 How to institutionalize innovative clusters? Comparing explicit top-down and implicit bottom-up approaches
by Fromhold-Eisebith, Martina & Eisebith, Gunter
- 1269-1282 Contests for cooperation--A new approach in German innovation policy
by Eickelpasch, Alexander & Fritsch, Michael
2005, Volume 34, Issue 7
- 981-993 The creation of spin-off firms at public research institutions: Managerial and policy implications
by Lockett, Andy & Siegel, Donald & Wright, Mike & Ensley, Michael D.
- 994-1009 Entrepreneurial orientation, technology transfer and spinoff performance of U.S. universities
by O'Shea, Rory P. & Allen, Thomas J. & Chevalier, Arnaud & Roche, Frank
- 1010-1027 Institutional change and resource endowments to science-based entrepreneurial firms
by Moray, Nathalie & Clarysse, Bart
- 1028-1042 Policy orientation effects on performance with licensing to start-ups and small companies
by Powers, Joshua B. & McDougall, Patricia
- 1043-1057 Resources, capabilities, risk capital and the creation of university spin-out companies
by Lockett, Andy & Wright, Mike
- 1058-1075 Innovation speed: Transferring university technology to market
by Markman, Gideon D. & Gianiodis, Peter T. & Phan, Phillip H. & Balkin, David B.
- 1076-1090 Incubator firm failure or graduation?: The role of university linkages
by Rothaermel, Frank T. & Thursby, Marie
- 1091-1105 A comparative study of new venture top management team composition, dynamics and performance between university-based and independent start-ups
by Ensley, Michael D. & Hmieleski, Keith M.
- 1106-1112 Opening the ivory tower's door: An analysis of the determinants of the formation of U.S. university spin-off companies
by Link, Albert N. & Scott, John T.
- 1113-1122 University spillovers and new firm location
by Audretsch, David B. & Lehmann, Erik E. & Warning, Susanne
2005, Volume 34, Issue 6
- 759-783 Knowledge diffusion, market segmentation and technological catch-up: The case of the telecommunication industry in China
by Mu, Qing & Lee, Keun
- 784-794 Peering inside research networks: Some observations on the effect of the intensity of collaboration on the variability of research quality
by Rigby, J. & Edler, J.
- 795-816 Founders' human capital and the growth of new technology-based firms: A competence-based view
by Colombo, Massimo G. & Grilli, Luca
- 817-835 Mapping innovation dynamics in hospitals
by Djellal, Faridah & Gallouj, FaIz
- 836-851 Why do firms acquire technology?: The example of DSM's ammonia plants, 1925-1970
by Rooij, Arjan van
- 852-871 Digital copyright and the "new" controversy: Is the law moulding technology and innovation?
by Tang, Puay
- 872-893 Characteristics of Brazilian innovative firms: An empirical analysis based on PINTEC--industrial research on technological innovation
by Kannebley, Sergio Jr. & Porto, Geciane S. & Pazello, Elaine Toldo
- 894-913 Financing new ventures in China: System antecedents and institutionalization
by White, Steven & Gao, Jian & Zhang, Wei
- 914-931 Schumpeter's legacy: A new perspective on the relationship between firm size and R&D
by Lee, Chang-Yang & Sung, Taeyoon
- 932-950 Industry funding and university professors' research performance
by Gulbrandsen, Magnus & Smeby, Jens-Christian
- 951-965 User-innovators and "local" information: The case of mountain biking
by Luthje, Christian & Herstatt, Cornelius & von Hippel, Eric
- 966-976 Does R&D performance decline with firm size?--A re-examination in terms of elasticity
by Tsai, Kuen-Hung & Wang, Jiann-Chyuan
- 977-978 In: E. Lee and M. Vivarelli, Editors, Understanding Globalization, Employment and Poverty Reduction, Palgrave Macmillan (2004) (p. 408, Price [UK pound]65.00, ISBN 1-4039-4149-1)
by Vaona, Andrea
- 978-980 R. Narula, Globalization and Technology: Interdependence, Innovation Systems and Industrial Policy, Polity Press, Cambridge, UK (2003) (243 pp., price [UK pound]16.99, ISBN 0 74562 457 X)
by Frenz, M.
2005, Volume 34, Issue 5
- 583-594 University-industry collaborations in Japan: The role of new technology-based firms in transforming the National Innovation System
by Motohashi, Kazuyuki
- 595-613 Do knowledge conditions make a difference?: Investment, finance and ownership in German industries
by Audretsch, David B. & Weigand, Jurgen
- 615-639 When do incumbents learn from entrepreneurial ventures?: Corporate venture capital and investing firm innovation rates
by Dushnitsky, Gary & Lenox, Michael J.
- 641-656 Patents versus ex post rewards: A new look
by Penin, Julien
- 657-672 Partnering to explore: The Renault-Nissan Alliance as a forerunner of new cooperative patterns
by Segrestin, Blanche
- 673-681 FDI, transfer pricing and the measurement of R&D intensity
by Barry, Frank
- 683-701 Exploring the role of proximity in SME knowledge-acquisition
by Davenport, Sally
- 703-716 Highly innovative small firms in the markets for technology
by Hicks, Diana & Hegde, Deepak
- 717-737 When is an invention really radical?: Defining and measuring technological radicalness
by Dahlin, Kristina B. & Behrens, Dean M.
- 739-757 The renewal of regional capabilities: Experimental regionalism in Germany
by Heidenreich, Martin
2005, Volume 34, Issue 4
- 395-410 Foreign direct investment in industrial research and development: A study of German MNCs
by Ambos, Bjorn
- 411-424 Towards "meta-innovation" in Brazil: The evolution of the incubator and the emergence of a triple helix
by Etzkowitz, Henry & de Mello, Jose Manoel Carvalho & Almeida, Mariza
- 425-440 A dynamic analytic approach to national innovation systems: The IC industry in Taiwan
by Lee, Ting-Lin & von Tunzelmann, Nick
- 441-460 Liberalization, outward orientation and in-house R&D activity of multinational and local firms: A quantitative exploration for Indian manufacturing
by Kumar, Nagesh & Aggarwal, Aradhna
- 461-480 The dynamics of technological change in UK retail banking services: An evolutionary perspective
by Consoli, Davide
- 481-493 Relationships between open source software companies and communities: Observations from Nordic firms
by Dahlander, Linus & Magnusson, Mats G.
- 495-516 On research efficiency: A micro-analysis of Dutch university research in Economics and Business Management
by Cherchye, L. & Abeele, P. Vanden
- 517-535 Innovation in the service sector: The demand for service-specific innovation measurement concepts and typologies
by Hipp, Christiane & Grupp, Hariolf
- 537-554 Fostering entrepreneurship: Changing role of government and higher education governance in Hong Kong
by Mok, Ka Ho
- 555-570 Variability in organisational forms of biotechnology firms
by Luukkonen, Terttu
- 571-582 Does being R&D intensive still discourage outsourcing?: Evidence from Dutch manufacturing
by Mol, Michael J.
2005, Volume 34, Issue 3
- 253-257 University-based technology initiatives: Quantitative and qualitative evidence
by Link, Albert N. & Siegel, Donald S.
- 259-285 Scientific teams and institutional collaborations: Evidence from U.S. universities, 1981-1999
by Adams, James D. & Black, Grant C. & Clemmons, J. Roger & Stephan, Paula E.
- 287-303 The disaggregated technology production function: A new model of university and corporate research
by Tassey, Gregory
- 305-320 University-incubator firm knowledge flows: assessing their impact on incubator firm performance
by Rothaermel, Frank T. & Thursby, Marie
- 321-342 The role of academic technology transfer organizations in improving industry science links
by Debackere, Koenraad & Veugelers, Reinhilde
- 343-347 Do University policies make a difference?
by Audretsch, David B. & Lehmann, Erik E.
- 349-367 Academic careers, patents, and productivity: industry experience as scientific and technical human capital
by Dietz, James S. & Bozeman, Barry
- 369-384 Assessing the relative performance of U.K. university technology transfer offices: parametric and non-parametric evidence
by Chapple, Wendy & Lockett, Andy & Siegel, Donald & Wright, Mike
- 385-393 Universities as partners in U.S. research joint ventures
by Link, Albert N. & Scott, John T.
2005, Volume 34, Issue 2
- 125-140 Dependency, resource depth, and supplier performance during industry downturn
by Laamanen, Tomi
- 141-157 The skill bias effect of technological and organisational change: Evidence and policy implications
by Piva, Mariacristina & Santarelli, Enrico & Vivarelli, Marco
- 159-173 Lock in, the state and vaccine development: Lessons from the history of the polio vaccines
by Blume, Stuart S.
- 175-194 Measuring technological capabilities at the country level: A survey and a menu for choice
by Archibugi, Daniele & Coco, Alberto
- 195-220 The impact of M&A on the R&D process: An empirical analysis of the role of technological- and market-relatedness
by Cassiman, Bruno & Colombo, Massimo G. & Garrone, Paola & Veugelers, Reinhilde
- 221-234 Commuters and the regional assignment of innovative activities: A methodological patent study of German districts
by Deyle, Hanno-G. & Grupp, Hariolf
- 235-245 Dual market structures and the likelihood of repeated ties - evidence from pharmaceutical biotechnology
by Roijakkers, Nadine & Hagedoorn, John & van Kranenburg, Hans
- 247-248 In: L. D'Adderio, Editor, Inside the Virtual Product. How Organizations Create Knowledge through Software, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK; Northhampton, MA, USA (2004) (224 pp. + index, [Ukpound] 55.00, ISBN 1-84376-210-2)
by Kimpeler, S.
- 249-250 David J. Teece, Essays in Technology Management and Policy, World Scientific, 2003 (p. 511, price [Ukpound]30, ISBN: 9-81024-446-0)
by Kay, John
- 251-252 In: J.D. Wiskerke and J.D. van der Ploeg, Editors, Seeds of Transition: Essays on Novelty Production, Niches and Regimes in Agriculture, Royal van Gorcum, Assen Netherlands (2004) (356 pp., [euro] 35, ISBN 90-232-3988-1)
by Clark, Norman
- 253-254 A.N. Link and D.S. Siegel, Technological Change and Economic Performance, Routledge (2003) (176 pp., [Ukpound] 65.00, ISBN 0415 271398)
by Sampat, Bhaven N.
2005, Volume 34, Issue 1
- 1-11 Bootlegging and path dependency
by Augsdorfer, Peter
- 13-31 Empirical analysis of evolution of product architecture: Fanuc numerical controllers from 1962 to 1997
by Shibata, Tomoatsu & Yano, Masaharu & Kodama, Fumio
- 33-45 How do firms' knowledge bases affect intra-industry heterogeneity?: An analysis of the Spanish pharmaceutical industry
by D'Este, Pablo
- 47-68 The micro-determinants of meso-level learning and innovation: evidence from a Chilean wine cluster
by Giuliani, Elisa & Bell, Martin
- 69-82 Towards a dynamic (Schumpeterian) welfare economics
by Dolfsma, Wilfred
- 83-100 Accounting for core and extra-core relationships in technological systems: a methodological proposal
by Leoncini, R. & Montresor, S.
- 101-115 Termination outcomes of research alliances
by Reuer, Jeffrey J. & Zollo, Maurizio
- 117-119 Communication Researchers and Policy-Making, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (2003) (pp. 605, price [Ukpound]28.95, ISBN 0-262-52340-X)
by Mansell, Robin
- 119-121 Ross Knox Bassett, To the Digital Age: Research Labs, Start-Up Companies, and the Rise of MOS Technology, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2002 (420 pp., $44.95, ISBN 0801868092)
by Sapsed, Jonathan
- 121-122 Mario Calderini, Paola Garrone and Maurizio Sobrero, Corporate Governance, Market Structure and Innovation, Edward Edgar, UK (2003) (320 pp., [Ukpound] 55, ISBN 1840648767)
by Striukova, L.
- 122-123 H. Chesbrough, Open Innovation: The New Imperative For Creating And Profiting From Technology, Harvard Business School Press, 2003 (272 pp., $35.00, ISBN: 1-57851-837-7)
by Gann, David M.
2004, Volume 33, Issue 10
- 1433-1457 Approaching the innovation frontier in Korea: the transition phase to leadership
by Hobday, Michael & Rush, Howard & Bessant, John
- 1459-1476 Who participates in R&D subsidy programs?: The case of Spanish manufacturing firms
by Blanes, J. Vicente & Busom, Isabel
- 1477-1492 Cooperative R&D and firm performance
by Belderbos, Rene & Carree, Martin & Lokshin, Boris
- 1493-1507 Implementing R&D policies: an analysis of Spain's pharmaceutical research program
by Desmet, Klaus & Kujal, Praveen & Lobo, Felix
- 1509-1528 From local networks of SMEs to virtual districts?: Evidence from recent trends in Italy
by Chiarvesio, Maria & Di Maria, Eleonora & Micelli, Stefano
- 1529-1546 Projects and firms as discordant complements: organisational learning in the Munich software ecology
by Ibert, Oliver
- 1547-1564 Technological outsourcing and product diversification: do markets for technology affect firms' strategies?
by Cesaroni, Fabrizio
- 1565-1582 What determines technological hits?: Geography versus firm competencies
by Mariani, Myriam
- 1583-1598 Interrelation between patenting and standardisation strategies: empirical evidence and policy implications
by Blind, Knut & Thumm, Nikolaus
- 1599-1614 Determinants of international activity: evidence from the chemical processing industry
by Fosfuri, Andrea
- 1615-1634 Science and the diffusion of knowledge
by Sorenson, Olav & Fleming, Lee
- 1635-1655 Spillovers from publicly financed business R&D: some empirical evidence from Germany
by Bonte, Werner
- 1657-1671 Committing to vaccine R&D: a global science policy priority
by Archibugi, Daniele & Bizzarri, Kim
- 1673-1686 Knowledge flows through informal contacts in industrial clusters: myth or reality?
by Dahl, Michael S. & Pedersen, Christian O.R.
- 1687-1706 Entry, exit and knowledge: evidence from a cluster in the info-communications industry
by Krafft, Jackie
- 1707-1709 In: J. Tidd and M.F. Hull, Editors, Service Innovation: Organizational Responses to Technological Opportunities and Market Imperatives, Imperial College Press, London (2003) (437 pp., [Ukpound]48.00, ISBN: 1-86094-367-5)
by Stahlecker, Thomas
- 1709-1711 In: A.B. Jaffe and M. Trajtenberg, Editors, Patents, Citations & Innovations: A Window on the Knowledge Economy, MIT Press (2002) (478 pp. [Ukpound]33.50, ISBN 0-262-10095-9)
by Verspagen, Bart
2004, Volume 33, Issue 9
- 1253-1258 What do we know about innovation?
by Acha, Virginia & Marsili, Orietta & Nelson, Richard
- 1259-1284 Technological capabilities, invisible infrastructure and the un-social construction of predictability: the overlooked fixed costs of useful research
by Nightingale, Paul
- 1285-1306 Technological internationalisation in the electro-technical industry: a cross-company comparison of patenting patterns 1986-2000
by Bergek, Anna & Berggren, Christian
- 1307-1327 Contingency in innovation and the role of national systems: taxol and taxotere in the USA and France
by Walsh, Vivien & Le Roux, Muriel
- 1329-1354 Catching up or standing still?: National innovative productivity among 'follower' countries, 1978-1999
by Furman, Jeffrey L. & Hayes, Richard
- 1355-1372 How large is the Swedish 'academic' sector really?: A critical analysis of the use of science and technology indicators
by Jacobsson, Staffan & Rickne, Annika
- 1373-1384 Indicators for national science and technology policy: how robust are composite indicators?
by Grupp, Hariolf & Mogee, Mary Ellen
- 1385-1404 Trademarks as an indicator of innovation and industrial change
by Mendonca, Sandro & Pereira, Tiago Santos & Godinho, Manuel Mira
- 1405-1417 The scientometric world of Keith Pavitt: A tribute to his contributions to research policy and patent analysis
by Meyer, Martin & Pereira, Tiago Santos & Persson, Olle & Granstrand, Ove
- 1419-1431 Keith Pavitt and the Invisible College of the Economics of Technology and Innovation
by Verspagen, Bart & Werker, Claudia
2004, Volume 33, Issue 8
- 1065-1080 Selection environments, flexibility and the success of the gas turbine
by Watson, Jim
- 1081-1102 Does research organization influence academic production?: Laboratory level evidence from a large European university
by Carayol, Nicolas & Matt, Mireille
- 1103-1122 Controlling contractual exchange risks in R&D interfirm cooperation: an empirical study
by Helm, Roland & Kloyer, Martin
- 1123-1140 An audit of technological innovation capabilities in chinese firms: some empirical findings in Beijing, China
by Yam, Richard C. M. & Guan, Jian Cheng & Pun, Kit Fai & Tang, Esther P. Y.
- 1141-1151 Licensing as a commercialisation strategy for new technology-based firms
by Kollmer, Holger & Dowling, Michael
- 1153-1165 Team member proximity and teamwork in innovative projects
by Hoegl, Martin & Proserpio, Luigi
- 1167-1183 Today's Edisons or weekend hobbyists: technical merit and success of inventions by independent inventors
by Dahlin, Kristina & Taylor, Margaret & Fichman, Mark
- 1185-1199 Complementarities between obstacles to innovation: evidence from France
by Galia, Fabrice & Legros, Diego
- 1201-1215 Searching high and low: what types of firms use universities as a source of innovation?
by Laursen, Keld & Salter, Ammon
- 1217-1229 The obsession for competitiveness and its impact on statistics: the construction of high-technology indicators
by Godin, Benoit
- 1231-1246 Does a focal firm's technology entry timing depend on the impact of the technology on co-opetitors?
by Afuah, Allan
- 1247-1248 Internationalisation, Technology and Services: Marcela Miozo, Ian Miles (Eds.), Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK/Northampton, MA, USA, 2003, 288 pp., Price [UK pound]69.95 Hardback, ISBN 1-84376-053-3
by Inzelt, Annamaria
- 1248-1250 Inter-Firm Collaboration, Learning & Networks. An Integrated Approach: Bart Nooteboom, Routledge, London, New York, 2004. 230 pages, Price [UK pound]22.99 (paperback), ISBN 0-415-32954X
by DeBresson, Christian
- 1250-1252 Book review
by Hales, Michael
2004, Volume 33, Issue 6-7
- 845-878 Innovations in the food industry in Germany
by Menrad, K.
- 879-895 Moving skills from hands to heads: does importing technology affect export performance in textiles?
by Navaretti, Giorgio Barba & Galeotti, Marzio & Mattozzi, Andrea
- 897-920 From sectoral systems of innovation to socio-technical systems: Insights about dynamics and change from sociology and institutional theory
by Geels, Frank W.
- 921-938 Rethinking the public sector: idiosyncrasies of biotechnology commercialization as motors of national R&D reform in Germany and Japan
by Lehrer, Mark & Asakawa, Kazuhiro
- 939-957 Improving patent valuations for management purposes--validating new indicators by analyzing application rationales
by Reitzig, Markus
- 959-974 Adoption of green chemistry: an analysis based on US patents
by Nameroff, T. J. & Garant, R. J. & Albert, M. B.
- 975-995 The evolution of university-industry-government relationships during transition
by Inzelt, Annamaria
- 997-1018 Lead markets: country-specific drivers of the global diffusion of innovations
by Beise, Marian
- 1019-1039 The influence of institutional factors on the technology acquisition performance of high-tech firms: survey results from Germany and Japan
by Hemmert, Martin
- 1041-1057 Understanding company R&D strategies in agro-biotechnology: trajectories and blind spots
by Chataway, Joanna & Tait, Joyce & Wield, David
- 1059-1060 Learning from Science and Technology Policy Evaluation: Experiences from the US and Europe: Philip Shapira, Stefan Kuhlmann (Eds.) Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2003, 393 pp., Price: [UK pound]75.00, ISBN 1-84064-875-9
by Molas-Gallart, Jordi
- 1060-1062 Competitiveness, FDI and Technological Activity in East Asia: Sanjaya Lall, Shujiro Urata (Eds.), 2003, Edward Elgar: Cheltenham, UK (in association with The World Bank), 432 pp., price [UK pound]79.95, ISBN 1 84376 1144
by Mathews, J. A.
- 1062-1063 Multinational Corporations and European Regional Systems of Innovation: John Cantwell and Simona Iammarino, Routledge, London, 2003, 199 pages, ISBN 0-415-27140-1, Price [UK pound]65.00
by Narula, Rajneesh
2004, Volume 33, Issue 5
- 679-690 The New Economy: what the concept owes to the OECD
by Godin, Benoit
- 691-707 The role of social embeddedness in professorial entrepreneurship: a comparison of electrical engineering and computer science at UC Berkeley and Stanford
by Kenney, Martin & Richard Goe, W.
- 709-733 Is the commercialisation of scientific research affecting the production of public knowledge?: Global trends in the output of corporate research articles
by Tijssen, Robert J. W.
- 735-745 Sources of productivity growth in the Spanish pharmaceutical industry (1994-2000)
by Gonzalez, Eduardo & Gascon, Fernando
- 747-767 Tokamaks and turbulence: research ensembles, policy and technoscientific work
by Hackett, Edward J. & Conz, David & Parker, John & Bashford, Jonathon & DeLay, Susan
- 769-785 The co-evolution of social and physical infrastructure for biotechnology innovation in Turku, Finland
by Hoyssa, Maria & Bruun, Henrik & Hukkinen, Janne
- 787-806 The birth of a new industry: entry by start-ups and the drivers of firm growth: The case of encryption software
by Giarratana, Marco S.
- 807-828 Overseas R&D, knowledge sourcing, and patenting: an empirical study of Japanese R&D investment in the US
by Iwasa, Tomoko & Odagiri, Hiroyuki
- 829-839 Linking operations strategy and product innovation: an empirical study of Spanish ceramic tile producers
by Alegre-Vidal, Joaquin & Lapiedra-Alcami, Rafael & Chiva-Gomez, Ricardo
- 841-842 The Economics of Innovation, New Technologies and Structural Change: Cristiano Antonelli, Routledge, London, 2003, 189 pp., [UK pound]45.00, ISBN 0-415-29654-4
by Iammarino, Simona
- 842-844 Innovation Networks: Theory and Practice: Andreas Pyka, Gunter Kuppers (Eds.), Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2002, 223 pp., [UK pound]55.00, ISBN: 1-843760401
by DeBresson, Christian
2004, Volume 33, Issue 4
- 565-568 Editor's introduction: building and deploying scientific and technical human capital
by Bozeman, Barry & Mangematin, Vincent
- 569-581 National science training policy and early scientific careers in France and the United States
by Gaughan, Monica & Robin, Stephane
- 583-597 Biotechnology entrepreneurial scientists and their collaborations
by Oliver, Amalya L.
- 599-616 Scientists' collaboration strategies: implications for scientific and technical human capital
by Bozeman, Barry & Corley, Elizabeth
- 617-630 Panic and panacea: brain drain and science and technology human capital policy
by Davenport, Sally
- 631-642 Turning scientific and technological human capital into economic capital: the experience of biotech start-ups in France
by Corolleur, Catherine D. F. & Carrere, M. & Mangematin, V.
- 643-659 The role of academic inventors in entrepreneurial firms: sharing the laboratory life
by Murray, Fiona
- 661-678 Human capital heterogeneity, collaborative relationships, and publication patterns in a multidisciplinary scientific alliance: a comparative case study of two scientific teams
by Porac, Joseph F. & Wade, James B. & Fischer, Harald M. & Brown, Joyce & Kanfer, Alaina & Bowker, Geoffrey
2004, Volume 33, Issue 3
- 365-384 R&D co-operation and innovation a microeconometric study on French firms
by Negassi, S.
- 385-394 Leveraging technological externalities in complex technologies: Microsoft's exploitation of standards in the browser wars
by Windrum, Paul
- 395-408 The reconfiguration of National Innovation Systems--the example of German biotechnology
by Kaiser, Robert & Prange, Heiko
- 409-424 Does innovativeness matter for international competitiveness in developing countries?: The case of Turkish manufacturing industries
by Ozcelik, Emre & Taymaz, Erol
- 425-441 Combining entrepreneurial and scientific performance in academia: towards a compounded and reciprocal Matthew-effect?
by Van Looy, Bart & Ranga, Marina & Callaert, Julie & Debackere, Koenraad & Zimmermann, Edwin
- 443-454 Institutionalized biases in the award of research grants: a preliminary analysis revisiting the principle of accumulative advantage
by Viner, Neil & Powell, Philip & Green, Rod
- 455-471 The market economy, and the scientific commons
by Nelson, Richard R.
- 473-486 How much difference is there between industrial district firms? A net value creation approach
by Molina-Morales, F. Xavier & Martinez-Fernandez, M. Teresa
- 487-509 An ex ante evaluation framework for the regional benefits of publicly supported R&D projects
by Roper, Stephen & Hewitt-Dundas, Nola & Love, James H.
- 511-529 Historical evolution of technological diversification
by Cantwell, John & Vertova, Giovanna
- 531-549 Technological diversity of persistent innovators in Japan: Two case studies of large Japanese firms
by Suzuki, Jun & Kodama, Fumio
- 551-562 Identifying innovation in surveys of services: a Schumpeterian perspective
by Drejer, Ina
- 563-563 National Competitiveness and Economic Growth: The Changing Determinants of Economic Performance in the World Economy: Tino J. Hamalainen, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 2003, 380 pp., [UK pound]79.95, ISBN 1-84064-454-0
by Jochem, Eberhard
2004, Volume 33, Issue 2
- 179-191 Royalties, evolving patent rights, and the value of innovation
by Sherry, Edward F. & Teece, David J.
- 193-207 Innovation capabilities of European nations: Cross-national analyses of patents and sales of product innovations
by Faber, Jan & Hesen, Anneloes Barbara
- 209-223 R&D cooperation and innovation activities of firms--evidence for the German manufacturing industry
by Becker, Wolfgang & Dietz, Jurgen
- 225-243 Research parks and the location of industrial research laboratories: an analysis of the effectiveness of a policy intervention
by Appold, Stephen J.
- 245-255 Innovation, regional knowledge spillovers and R&D cooperation
by Fritsch, Michael & Franke, Grit
- 257-269 Secrets to shield or share? new dilemmas for military R&D policy in the digital age
by Stowsky, Jay
- 271-286 Battles for technological dominance: an integrative framework
by Suarez, Fernando F.
- 287-321 The relationship between research and innovation in the semiconductor and pharmaceutical industries (1981-1997)
by Lim, Kwanghui
- 323-336 Identification of innovating firms through technological innovation indicators: an application to the Spanish ceramic tile industry
by Flor, M. L. & Oltra, M. J.
- 337-349 Taiwanese IT firms' offshore R&D in China and the connection with the global innovation network
by Chen, Shin-Horng
- 351-362 The nature of lead users and measurement of leading edge status
by Morrison, Pamela D. & Roberts, John H. & Midgley, David F.
- 363-364 Erratum to "Citations, family size, opposition and the value of patent rights" [Research Policy 32 (2003) 1343-1363]
by Harhoff, Dietmar & Scherer, Frederic M. & Vopel, Katrin
2004, Volume 33, Issue 1
- 1-15 Plans are nothing, changing plans is everything: the impact of changes on project success
by Dvir, Dov & Lechler, Thomas
- 17-40 Determining factors in the success of R&D cooperative agreements between firms and research organizations
by Mora-Valentin, Eva M. & Montoro-Sanchez, Angeles & Guerras-Martin, Luis A.
- 41-51 The valuation of a NDA using a 6-fold compound option
by Cassimon, D. & Engelen, P. J. & Thomassen, L. & Van Wouwe, M.
- 53-72 External knowledge sourcing in different national settings: a comparison of electronics establishments in Britain and France
by Mason, Geoff & Beltramo, Jean-Paul & Paul, Jean-Jacques
- 73-87 Assessing end-use relevance of public sector research organisations
by Lyall, Catherine & Bruce, Ann & Firn, John & Firn, Marion & Tait, Joyce
- 89-106 Managing competences in entrepreneurial technology firms: a comparative institutional analysis of Germany, Sweden and the UK
by Casper, Steven & Whitley, Richard
- 107-126 A framework of industrial knowledge spillovers in big-science centers
by Autio, Erkko & Hameri, Ari-Pekka & Vuola, Olli
- 127-145 Networks of inventors and the role of academia: an exploration of Italian patent data
by Balconi, Margherita & Breschi, Stefano & Lissoni, Francesco
- 147-175 Critical junctures in the development of university high-tech spinout companies
by Vohora, Ajay & Wright, Mike & Lockett, Andy
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by Zegveld, Walter
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