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Abstract External knowledge sharing and knowledge leakage often pose a strategic dilemma when firms conduct innovation activities. In this study, we focus on the positive and negative effects of this… Continue Reading
In terms of innovation generation and management, creative employees are the most valuable resources in small firms. Thus, knowledge leaking and leaving are the major staff-related risks. Protecting… Continue Reading
The knowledge protection/sharing dilemma related to innovation activities is becoming known to all firms, even though it is generally more notable for SMEs: the small size of the firms inherently… Continue Reading
There is a growing stream of research unraveling individual motivations to participate in idea crowdsourcing and online user communities. While the current research has largely focused on individual… Continue Reading
Networked RD stability and absorptive capacity are most relevant for the former, and absorptive capacity and appropriability for the latter.
Abstract Two factors jointly determine the likelihood of a firm′s competitors obtaining information on its intangible assets and using it to damage the firm′s innovation performance. Those factors… Continue Reading
The purpose of this paper is to explore the dynamics of relational and contractual governance mechanisms in vertical buyer–supplier R&D projects requiring both knowledge sharing and protection. Prior… Continue Reading
Purpose – Human resources in knowledge intensive industries create the basis for continuing innovation and subsequent firm performance. At the same time, they pose risks for the competitiveness of… Continue Reading
During the last decade, endoscopic surgery of the Eustachian tube (ET) has been advocated for ET dilatory dysfunction and for patulous ET. The internal carotid artery (ICA) and the ET are closely… Continue Reading