Patterns of networking in the innovation process

a comparative study of the UK, Germany and Ireland

James H. Love

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Abstract

The research reported in this paper arose from collaboration with Brian Ashcroft (Fraser of Allander Institute, University of Strathclyde) and Stephen Roper (Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre, Queen's University of Belfast). The author is, however, solely responsible for the views expressed.
The following sections are included:
-Introduction
-An Economics Perspective on Innovation Networks
-The Product Development Survey
-Discussion: Innovation, Networks and Institutions
-Conclusions
-References




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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSocial interaction and organisational change
Subtitle of host publicationAston perspectives on innovation networks
EditorsOswald Jones, Steve Conway, Fred Steward
Place of PublicationLondon (UK)
PublisherImperial College Press
Pages165-191
Number of pages27
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-84816-148-1
ISBN (Print)978-1-86094-203-7, 1-86094-203-2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 10 Apr 2001

Publication series

NameSeries on technology management
PublisherImperial College Press
Number6

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Love, J. H. (2001). Patterns of networking in the innovation process: a comparative study of the UK, Germany and Ireland. In O. Jones, S. Conway, & F. Steward (Eds.), Social interaction and organisational change: Aston perspectives on innovation networks (pp. 165-191). (Series on technology management; No. 6). London (UK): Imperial College Press. https://doi.org/10.1142/9781848161481_0005
Love, James H. / Patterns of networking in the innovation process : a comparative study of the UK, Germany and Ireland. Social interaction and organisational change: Aston perspectives on innovation networks. editor / Oswald Jones ; Steve Conway ; Fred Steward. London (UK) : Imperial College Press, 2001. pp. 165-191 (Series on technology management; 6).
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Love, JH 2001, Patterns of networking in the innovation process: a comparative study of the UK, Germany and Ireland. in O Jones, S Conway & F Steward (eds), Social interaction and organisational change: Aston perspectives on innovation networks. Series on technology management, no. 6, Imperial College Press, London (UK), pp. 165-191. https://doi.org/10.1142/9781848161481_0005

Patterns of networking in the innovation process : a comparative study of the UK, Germany and Ireland. / Love, James H.

Social interaction and organisational change: Aston perspectives on innovation networks. ed. / Oswald Jones; Steve Conway; Fred Steward. London (UK) : Imperial College Press, 2001. p. 165-191 (Series on technology management; No. 6).

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Love JH. Patterns of networking in the innovation process: a comparative study of the UK, Germany and Ireland. In Jones O, Conway S, Steward F, editors, Social interaction and organisational change: Aston perspectives on innovation networks. London (UK): Imperial College Press. 2001. p. 165-191. (Series on technology management; 6). https://doi.org/10.1142/9781848161481_0005