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Open Innovation in Global Networks
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  17 Oct 2008
Pages: 128 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264047679 , OECD Code: 922008071P1
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To match the global demand and supply of innovation, businesses increasingly internationalise their innovation activities while opening their innovation process by collaborating with external partners (e.g., suppliers, customers, universities). This book examines what drives these global innovation networks across different industries, how they are related to companies' overall strategies, whether they are accessible for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and what the consequences are.

Table of contents:

Executive Summary
Introduction
Chapter 1. Open Innovation in Global Networks
-The Concept of Open Innovation
-Applications of Open Innovation, Lead Markets, and Open Source
-Open Innovation in Innovation Literature
-Drivers of Open Innovation: Demand and Supply Factors
-Global Networks and Innovation Ecosystems
-Open Innovation across Industries
-Modes of Open Innovation
-The Advantages and Disadvantages of Global Innovation Networks
-Global Innovation Networks and Intellectual Property
Chapter 2. Empirical Measures of Open Innovation
-Case Studies and Surveys
-Trends in R&D Collaboration
-Innovation Surveys: the Role of Networks and Collaboration
-Patents: Co-Inventions and Co-Applications
-Trends in Licensing
-Some Tentative Conclusions
Chapter 3. Insights from the Company Case Studies
-General Overview
-Quantitative Findings on the Globalisation of Innovation
-Qualitative Findings: Open Innovation on a Global Scale
-Towards an Integrated Model of Open Innovation
Chapter 4. Policy Implications
-Policy Issues Related to Globalisation and Open Innovation
-Policy Responses
-Towards a Different Innovation Policy?
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