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Technology, Innovation and Change

Includes all aspects of innovation and change. We've included technology here because it is often a driver of innovation or change, or closely associated with it.

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Mapping local innovation in the UK

Innovation is a vital part of the UK economy, representing up to 70 per cent of long-term economic growth according to some estimates.

Pathways for the co-evolution of new product development and strategy formation processes: empirical evidence from major Austrian innovations

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The purpose of this paper is to examine the intermingling of new product development and strategy making which are interpreted as co-evolutionary processes where self-organisation and emergence are significant phenomena.

Innovative behavior and venture performance of SMEs: the moderating effect of environmental dynamism

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The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between innovative behavior and firm performance to determine empirically whether managers’ innovative behavior impacts directly or indirectly on firm performance through innovative output.

Managing social innovation in for-profit organizations: the case of Intesa Sanpaolo

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Social innovations are defined as innovative products or services motivated by the goal of meeting a social need, with the opportunity to create new social relationships or collaborations.

Does patenting influence SME sales performance? A quantity and quality analysis of patents in Northern Italy

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In today’s economy, intangibles have become more important than physical assets for firm success.

Open innovation actions and innovation performance: a literature review of European empirical evidence

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The purpose of this paper is to identify the recurrences in the empirical evidences that link open innovation (OI) actions and innovation performance in European countries.

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