Emilia Lamberti

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The paper describes five open innovation business models collaboration, outsourcing, licensing, trading and incorporation defined on the basis of open revenues and costs, new investments and divestments in intangibles. A sample of 271 companies from bio-pharmaceutical and technology hardware & equipment industries is investigated, and their annual reports(More)
The paper suggests an accounting-based methodology for defining open innovation business models, by analysing investments and divestments of intangibles, either in separate transactions (trading) or within business combinations, mergers and acquisitions (incorporation). The framework is applied to a sample of 274 science based companies in(More)
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