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Perspectives on innovation

Author: Malerba, Franco ; Brusoni, StefanoPublisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 498 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0521685613Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Perspectives on Innovation Contents List of figures List of tables List of contributors Prefatory note Introduction FRANCO MALERBA AND STEFANO BRUSONI page viii xi xv 1 25 Part 1: Innovation and economic growth 1 Understanding economic growth as the central task of economic analysis RICHARD R. NELSON 27 2 Innovation and economic growth theory: a Schumpeterian legacy and agenda BART VERSPAGEN 42 64 Comments to Chapters 1 and 2 JAN FAGERBERG Part 2: The microdynamics of the innovation process 3 Schumpeter's prophecy and individual incentives as a driver of innovation WESLEY M. COHEN AND HENRY SAUERMANN 71 73 105 141 4 Creative destruction in the PC industry TIMOTHY BRESNAHAN Comments to Chapters 3 and 4 ASHISH ARORA vi Contents 151 Part 3: Innovation and industrial dynamics 5 Statistical regularities in the evolution of industries: a guide through some evidence and challenges for the theory GIOVANNI DOSI 153 6 Spin-off entry in high-tech industries: motives and consequences STEVEN KLEPPER AND PETER THOMPSON 187 219 225 227 Comments to Chapters 5 and 6 LUIGI ORSENIGO Part 4: Innovation and institutions 7 Schumpeterian innovation in institutions MASAHIKO AOKI 8 Innovation and Europe's academic institutions -- second thoughts about embracing the Bayh--Dole regime PAUL A. DAVID 251 279 Comments to Chapters 7 and 8 BENGT-AKE LUNDVALL Part 5: Innovation, firms' organization, and business strategies 9 Bringing selection back into our evolutionary theories of innovation DANIEL A. LEVINTHAL 291 293 10 From leadership to management: mobilizing knowledge for innovation in strategic alliances YVES L. DOZ E ANDREA CUOMO, AND JULIE WRAZEL 308 322 331 Comments to Chapters 9 and 10 SIDNEY G. WINTER Part 6: Innovation and entrepreneurship 11 Schumpeterian legacies for entrepreneurship and networks: the social dimensions of entrepreneurial action PIERA MORLACCHI 333 Contents vii 12 Knowledge-based entrepreneurship: the organizational side of technology commercialization ULRICH WITT AND CHRISTIAN ZELLNER 352 372 379 Comments to Chapters 11 and 12 MAUREEN MCKELVEY Part 7: Innovation and evolution of the university system 13 Academic entrepreneurs and technology transfer: who participates and why? JANET BERCOVITZ AND MARYANN FELDMAN 381 14 Modelling and measuring scientific production: a first estimation for a panel of OECD countries GUSTAVO CRESPI AND ALDO GEUNA 399 430 439 Comments to Chapters 13 and 14 W. EDWARD STEINMUELLER Part 8: Innovations and public policy 15 Innovation systems, innovation policy and restless capitalism STAN METCALFE 441 455 16 Intellectual property rights and competition policy PAUL A. GEROSKI 17 The policy-shaper's anxiety at the innovation kick: how far do innovation theories really help in the world of policy? PARASKEVAS CARACOSTAS 464 490 Index

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