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Routledge Studies in Industry and Innovation


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Online Communities and Open Innovation: Governance and Symbolic Value Creation

Online Communities and Open Innovation: Governance and Symbolic Value Creation

1st Edition

Linus Dahlander, Lars Frederiksen, Francesco Rullani
February 04, 2011

The advent of Internet marked a significant change in how users and customers can be involved in the innovative process. History is rife with examples of how users innovate, but Internet and its associated communication technologies brought radically new means for individuals to interact rapidly...

Managing situated creativity in cultural industries

Managing situated creativity in cultural industries

1st Edition

Fiorenza Belussi, Silvia Rita Sedita
December 14, 2010

Creativity is the emergence of something novel and appropriate, from a person, a group, a society. A creative idea or product must be novel. Yet, novelty is not enough (a novel idea may be ridiculous or nonsensical). In addition to novelty, to be creative an idea or product must also attain some...

When is Regional Beautiful?: Implications for Knowledge Flows, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

When is Regional Beautiful?: Implications for Knowledge Flows, Entrepreneurship and Innovation

1st Edition

Bjorn Asheim, Olof Ejermo, Annika Rickne
November 26, 2010

This book focuses on the importance of geography and space in explaining knowledge flows, entrepreneurship and innovation. During the last few decades spatial perspectives have enjoyed a growing attention outside the specific discipline of geography both in academic economics and among...

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