Systemic innovation in a distributed network: the case of Danish wind turbines, 1972—2007:

@inproceedings{Andersen2008SystemicII,
  title={Systemic innovation in a distributed network: the case of Danish wind turbines, 1972—2007:},
  author={Poul Houman Andersen and Ina Drejer},
  year={2008}
}
What motivates firms to engage in shared innovation activities in complex technologies, where appropriation of value is interdependent on others? Transaction cost economics prescribes that innovations that are complex and systemic in nature should not be distributed among several actors. Here the firm is clearly the locus of innovation. Opposed to this, the network-based view suggests that a distributed organization may be the most efficient way to organize innovative processes under uncertain… CONTINUE READING

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