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Innovation, science and institutional change

Contributor(s): Hage, Jerald, 1932- | Meeus, Marius T H, 1957-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 2006Description: xv,573p. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780199299195.Subject(s): New products -- Management -- Congresses | Product management -- Congresses | Knowledge management -- Congresses | Technological innovations -- Management -- Congresses | Information technology -- Management -- Congresses | Organizational change -- Management -- CongressesDDC classification: 338.064 Online resources: Table of contents only | Publisher description
Contents:
Product and process innovation, scientific research, knowledge dynamics, and institutional change : an introduction / Marius T. H. Meeus and Jerald Hage -- Product and process innovation : introduction / Marius T. H. Meeus and Charles Edquist -- Product and process innovations : a review of organizational and environmental determinants / Fariborz Damanpour and Deepa Aravind -- Interorganizational relations and innovation : a review and a theoretical extension / Marius T. H. Meeus and Jan Faber -- Knowledge-based view of radical innovation : Toyota Prius case / Ikujiro Nonaka and Vesa Peltokorpi -- Innovation, competition, and enterprise : foundations for economic evolution in learning economies / J. Stanley Metcalfe -- Can regulations induce environmental innovations? : an analysis of the role of regulations in the pulp and paper industry in selected industrialized countries / James Foster, Mikael Hildén, and Niclas Adler -- From theory to practice : the use of the systems of innovation approach in innovation policy / Cristina Chaminade and Charles Edquist -- Scientific research : new frameworks : introduction / Jerald Hage -- Factors influencing advances in basic and applied research : variation due to diversity in research profiles / Gretchen B. Jordan -- Network attributes impacting the generation and flow of knowledge within and from the basic science community / Susan A. Mohrman, Jay R. Galbraith, and Peter Monge -- Innovation, learning, and macro-institutional change : the limits of the market model as an organizing principle for research systems / Luke Georghiou -- How is innovation influenced by science and technology policy governance? : transatlantic comparisons / Stefan Kuhlmann and Philip Shapira -- Two styles of knowing and knowledge regimes : between 'explicitation' and 'exploration' under conditions of functional specialization or fragmental distribution / Werner Rammert -- Knowledge dynamics in context : introduction / Harro van Lente and Susan A. Mohrman -- Building innovation capabilities : the development of design-oriented organizations / Armand Hatchuel, Pascal Lemasson, and Benoit Weil -- New sources of radical innovation : research technologies, transversality and distributed learning in a post-industrial order / Terry Shinn -- How markets matter : radical innovation, societal acceptance, and the case of genetically engineered food / Eric Jolivet and Marc Maurice -- Prospective structures of science and science policy / Harro van Lente -- The role of education and training systems in innovation / David Finegold -- Institutions and institutional change : introduction / Jerald Hage -- A path-dependent perspective on institutional and organizational factors shaping major scientific discoveries / J. Rogers Hollingsworth -- Turning tracks? : path dependence, technological paradigm shifts, and organizational and institutional change / Frans van Waarden and Herman Oosterwijk -- Institutional change and societal change : the impact of knowledge transformations / Jerald Hage -- Exporting the Silicon Valley to Europe : how useful is comparative institutional theory? / Steven Casper -- What's new? : general patterns of planned macro-institutional change / John L. Campbell -- Insights for R&D managers / Parry M. Norling.
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Based on research papers presented at a conference held in October 2003 at the Department of Innovation Studies, the University of Utrecht, Netherlands, and a second conference held in May 2004 at the Keck Graduate Institute, Claremont, California.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Product and process innovation, scientific research, knowledge dynamics, and institutional change : an introduction / Marius T. H. Meeus and Jerald Hage -- Product and process innovation : introduction / Marius T. H. Meeus and Charles Edquist -- Product and process innovations : a review of organizational and environmental determinants / Fariborz Damanpour and Deepa Aravind -- Interorganizational relations and innovation : a review and a theoretical extension / Marius T. H. Meeus and Jan Faber -- Knowledge-based view of radical innovation : Toyota Prius case / Ikujiro Nonaka and Vesa Peltokorpi -- Innovation, competition, and enterprise : foundations for economic evolution in learning economies / J. Stanley Metcalfe -- Can regulations induce environmental innovations? : an analysis of the role of regulations in the pulp and paper industry in selected industrialized countries / James Foster, Mikael Hildén, and Niclas Adler -- From theory to practice : the use of the systems of innovation approach in innovation policy / Cristina Chaminade and Charles Edquist -- Scientific research : new frameworks : introduction / Jerald Hage -- Factors influencing advances in basic and applied research : variation due to diversity in research profiles / Gretchen B. Jordan -- Network attributes impacting the generation and flow of knowledge within and from the basic science community / Susan A. Mohrman, Jay R. Galbraith, and Peter Monge -- Innovation, learning, and macro-institutional change : the limits of the market model as an organizing principle for research systems / Luke Georghiou -- How is innovation influenced by science and technology policy governance? : transatlantic comparisons / Stefan Kuhlmann and Philip Shapira -- Two styles of knowing and knowledge regimes : between 'explicitation' and 'exploration' under conditions of functional specialization or fragmental distribution / Werner Rammert -- Knowledge dynamics in context : introduction / Harro van Lente and Susan A. Mohrman -- Building innovation capabilities : the development of design-oriented organizations / Armand Hatchuel, Pascal Lemasson, and Benoit Weil -- New sources of radical innovation : research technologies, transversality and distributed learning in a post-industrial order / Terry Shinn -- How markets matter : radical innovation, societal acceptance, and the case of genetically engineered food / Eric Jolivet and Marc Maurice -- Prospective structures of science and science policy / Harro van Lente -- The role of education and training systems in innovation / David Finegold -- Institutions and institutional change : introduction / Jerald Hage -- A path-dependent perspective on institutional and organizational factors shaping major scientific discoveries / J. Rogers Hollingsworth -- Turning tracks? : path dependence, technological paradigm shifts, and organizational and institutional change / Frans van Waarden and Herman Oosterwijk -- Institutional change and societal change : the impact of knowledge transformations / Jerald Hage -- Exporting the Silicon Valley to Europe : how useful is comparative institutional theory? / Steven Casper -- What's new? : general patterns of planned macro-institutional change / John L. Campbell -- Insights for R&D managers / Parry M. Norling.

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