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The Elgar Companion to Innovation and Knowledge Creation
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Contents: Preface 1. Innovation and Knowledge Creation: Challenges to the Field Harald Bathelt, Patrick Cohendet, Sebastian Henn and Laurent Simon PART I. INNOVATION AS A CONCEPT 2. A Conceptual History of Innovation Benoit Godin 3. Concepts and Models of Innovation Patrick Cohendet and Laurent Simon 4. Science and Innovation Jean-Alain Heraud 5. Reverse Innovation Thierry Burger-Helmchem and Caroline Hussler 6. Broadening the Concept of Open Innovation Wim Vanhaverbeke 7. Measurement of Innovation Stephane Lhuillery, Julio Raffo and Intan Hamdan-Livramento PART II. INNOVATION AND INSTITUTIONS 8. Institutional Context and Innovation Johannes Gluckler and Harald Bathelt 9. Innovation in Practice Deborah Dougherty 10. Domesticating Innovation - Designing Revolutions Yellowlees Douglas and Andrew Hargadon 11. Innovation and Lock-in Uwe Cantner and Simone Vannuccini 12. Patents and Open Innovation Julien Penin PART III. INNOVATION AND CREATIVITY 13. Managing Knowledge, Creativity, and Innovation Patrick Cohendet, Guy Parmentier and Laurent Simon 14. Urban Diversity and Innovation Pierre Desrochers, Samuli Leppala and Joanna Szurmak 15. Innovation and the Cultural Economy Andy C. Pratt 16. Innovation and Cultural Industries Deborah Leslie and Norma M. Rantisi 17. Services and Innovation Johannes Gluckler 18. Design Theories, Creativity and Innovation Pascal Le Masson, Armand Hatchuel and Benoit Weil 19. The Dark Side of Creativity David H. Cropley PART IV. INNOVATION, NETWORKING AND COMMUNITIES 20. Social Networks and Innovation Michel Ferrary and Mark Granovetter 21. Community, Creativity and Innovation Joanne Roberts 22. Industrial Clusters in Global Networks Elisa Giuliani 23. The User Innovation Phenomenon Cyrielle Vellera, Eric Vernette and Susumu Ogawa 24. Horizontal Learning Pengfei Li 25. Innovation versus Technological Achievement Dominique Foray PART V. INNOVATION IN PERMANENT SPATIAL SETTINGS 26. Geography of Innovation, Proximity and Beyond Alain Rallet and Andre Torre 27. Urban Bias in Innovation Studies Richard Shearmur 28. National and Regional Innovation Systems Harald Bathelt and Sebastian Henn 29. National Innovation Systems and Globalization Bengt-Ake Lundvall 30. Innovation, Regional Development and Relationality Arnoud Lagendijk PART VI. INNOVATION IN TEMPORARY AND VIRTUAL SETTINGS 31. Trade Fairs and Innovation Harald Bathelt 32. Innovation through Trade Show Concertation Francesca Golfetto and Diego Rinallo 33. Knowledge Collaboration in Hybrid Virtual Communities Gernot Grabher and Oliver Ibert 34. Performativity and the Innovation-Replication Dilemma Luciana D'Adderio 35. Coworking and Innovation Janet Merkel PART VII. INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND MARKET MAKING 36. Markets, Marketization and Innovation Michel Callon 37. Market Formation and Innovation Systems Ulrich Dewald and Bernard Truffer 38. Innovation and Entrepreneurship Edward J. Malecki and Ben Spigel 39. Transnational Entrepreneurs and Global Knowledge Transfer Sebastian Henn and Harald Bathelt 40. Institutional Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Alzheimer's Disease Treatment Nina Geilinger, Stefan Haefliger, Georg von Krogh, and Fotini Pachidou PART VIII. GOVERNANCE AND MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION 41. Relational Geographies of Knowledge and Innovation James R. Faulconbridge 42. Innovation, Governance and Place Maryann Feldman and Nichola Lowe 43. The Dynamics of Organizational Structures and Performances Giovanni Dosi and Luigi Marengo 44. Learning through Governance Neil Bradford and David A. Wolfe 45. Global Value Chains and Innovation Ari Van Assche 46. Innovation, Development and Global Destruction Networks Andrew Herod, Graham Pickren, Al Rainnie and Susan McGrath-Champ 47. Innovation and the Global Eco-Industry Bernard Sinclair-Desgagne Index

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Edited by Harald Bathelt, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Innovation and Governance, Departments of Political Science and Geography and Planning, University of Toronto, Patrick Cohendet, Professor, Department of International Business, HEC Montreal, Canada, Sebastian Henn, Professor, Department of Geography, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany and Laurent Simon, Professor, Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, HEC Montreal, Canada

Reviews

'Overall, this is a dense and exhaustive handbook that has the ambition to tackle one of the most important phenom.ena of our times and the dynamics underlying it. And it does so by drawing on the perspec.tives of multiple established researchers in a variety of fields while at the same time leaving room for the reader's critical reflection and analysis.' -- Giulio Buciuni, Journal of Economic Geography
'I would say that this Companion is, certainly, a reference in the domain, the right volume for anyone who aims to learn more about the topic of innovation and knowledge creation. A reference that should appear in all Theses on innovation, management and creativity, and which already figures in several publications. Proof of its significance for the academic environment.' -- Thierry Burger-Helmchen, Journal of Innovation Economics & Management
'This is an innovative book on innovation. It innovates through the organisation of the subject achieved by the four editors. It digs into innovation as a concept, as institutions, as creativity, channeled through temporary and permanent organisations, shaping markets and dialoguing with entrepreneurship, and as embedded in places and networks. The contributions are not just hagiographies. All have critical thinking, questioning categories and data and findings. These are reasons why this book will become the essential reference in the field.' -- Michael Storper, The London School of Economics, UK
'This very wide-ranging selection of chapters reflects a much broader outlook than most other innovation research collections. It is not wedded to any school or discipline, yet it draws on relevant ideas from virtually all of them. It is an ideal companion for a reader interested in the various new perspectives on innovation that have emerged recently and how these are connected to established themes, or the reader interested in developing a more interdisciplinary appreciation of the subject area.' -- John Cantwell, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Newark

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