Morten Berg Jensen

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This paper contrasts two modes of innovation. One, the Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) mode, is based on the production and use of codified scientific and technical knowledge. The other, the Doing, Using and Interacting (DUI) mode, relies on informal processes of learning and experience-based know-how. Drawing on the results of the 2001 Danish(More)
Inspired by the concepts tacit and codified knowledge introduced by Polanyi, this paper makes a distinction between two modes of innovation. On the one hand there are innovation strategies (Science, Technology, and Innovation, STI-mode) that give main emphasis to promoting R&D and creating access to explicit codified knowledge. On the other hand there are(More)
This paper explores the firm growth rate distribution in a Gibrat's Law context. The aim is to provide an empirical exploration of the determinants of firm growth. The work is novel in two respects. First, rather than limiting the analysis to focus on the conditional mean growth level, we investigate the complete shape of the distribution. Second, we show(More)
The efficacy of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for panic disorder with or without agoraphobia (PD) is well-established; however, little is known about the underlying change processes of clinical improvement during therapy. According to cognitive theories, CBT for PD primarily works by changing catastrophic misinterpretations of bodily symptoms and(More)
The present study explored when and how emotional difficulties and poor quality of life arise in the everyday lives of socially anxious individuals. 264 freshmen-year college students completed an online survey for 11 consecutive days. Comparing individuals high (HSA) and low in social anxiety, results revealed that irrespective of daily positive emotion(More)
One of the most interesting issues in economics is the study of industrial dynamics and evolution. Firm size distributions are central when analyzing market structures. The intimate relationship between the firm growth process and the emanating market structures demands attention to firm size distributions and firm growth rate distributions. The stochastic(More)
BACKGROUND In 2008 the Danish National Board of Health launched an information campaign aimed at introducing mini-HTA as a management and decision support tool for the municipalities. Today (January 2012), mini-HTA is still not used regularly in the municipalities. AIM The aim of this study was to evaluate the latent attitudes toward mini-HTA among(More)
submitted to the DRUID Summer conference 2003 on Creating, Sharing, and Transferring Knowledge: The role of Geography, Institutions, Organisations. The proposed paper in related to conference themes B and E. Exploiting old and new knowledge in combination in order to generate new knowledge is a key feature in achieving competitive advantage of the firm. The(More)
Objective To evaluate the effectiveness of unannounced versus announced surveys in detecting non-compliance with accreditation standards in public hospitals. Design A nationwide cluster-randomized controlled trial. Setting and participants All public hospitals in Denmark were invited. Twenty-three hospitals (77%) (3 university hospitals, 5 psychiatric(More)