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The impact of technological relatedness, prior ties, and geographical distance on university-industry collaborations: A joint-patent analysis
- A. Petruzzelli
- 1 July 2011
Innovation Through Tradition: Lessons From Innovative Family Businesses and Directions for Future Research
In steering toward the future, innovation managers are commonly advised to dismiss the old and make way for the new. However, such “recency bias” may significantly limit a firm’s innovation potential…
Search, recombination, and innovation: : lessons from haute cuisine
Understanding the development trends of low-carbon energy technologies: A patent analysis
From the crowd to the market: The role of reward-based crowdfunding performance in attracting professional investors
Building a digital twin for additive manufacturing through the exploitation of blockchain: A case analysis of the aircraft industry
Partner Geographic and Organizational Proximity and the Innovative Performance of Knowledge‐Creating Alliances
We adopt a knowledge‐based perspective to investigate the individual and interaction effects of partner geographic and organizational proximity on the innovative performance of knowledge‐creating…
Towards Industry 4.0
- L. Ardito, A. Petruzzelli, Umberto Panniello, A. Garavelli
- BusinessBus. Process. Manag. J.
- 13 July 2018
The authors identify the subset of enabling technologies pertaining to the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0) that can be considered the most relevant for effective SCM-M integration (i.e. Industrial Internet of Things, Cloud computing, Big Data analytics and customer profiling, Cyber security) and highlight the role those solutions play in terms of information acquisition, storage and elaboration.
Determinants of Patent Citations in Biotechnology: An Analysis of Patent Influence Across the Industrial and Organizational Boundaries.