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The impact of technological relatedness, prior ties, and geographical distance on university-industry collaborations: A joint-patent analysis
Abstract Empirical studies on R&D collaborations between universities and firms have mainly centered their attention on universities and firms' characteristics that favor the establishment ofExpand
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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 potentialExpand
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Understanding the development trends of low-carbon energy technologies: A patent analysis
Eco-innovations are being recognized as fundamental means to foster sustainable development, as well as to create new business opportunities. Nowadays, the eco-innovation concept is gaining groundExpand
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Search, recombination, and innovation: : lessons from haute cuisine
This study investigates the impact of searching and recombining old components in the development of successful innovations. Specifically, we identify the main characteristics of old components thatExpand
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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‐creatingExpand
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A literature review on markets for ideas: Emerging characteristics and unanswered questions
Abstract Markets for ideas (MFIs) are virtual marketplaces connecting individuals and organizations selling their ideas (namely knowledge owners) to companies in search for specific innovativeExpand
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External knowledge sources and proximity
The paper extends the findings of previous works linking three proximity dimensions in a holistic framework that explains the different use of organizational and cognitive proximity to acquire knowledge, according to the geographical distance between organizations. Expand
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Proximity and knowledge gatekeepers: the case of the Polytechnic University of Turin
  • A. Petruzzelli
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • J. Knowl. Manag.
  • 12 September 2008
This paper aims to investigate how proximity dimensions affect the establishment of different knowledge relationships between gatekeepers and other economic actors involved in their knowledge‐based networks. Expand
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From the crowd to the market: The role of reward-based crowdfunding performance in attracting professional investors
We focus on new technology-based entrepreneurial ventures engaging in reward-based crowdfunding and examine the effect of their performance in such funding channel on the likelihood of securingExpand
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Towards Industry 4.0
The purpose of this paper is to present a comprehensive picture of the innovative efforts undertaken over time to develop the digital technologies for managing the interface between supply chain management and marketing processes and the role they play in sustaining Supply chain management-marketing (SCM-M) integration from an information processing point of view. Expand
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