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The Oxford Handbook of Innovation
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1: Jan Fagerberg: Innovation: A guide to the Literature Section I: Innovation in the Making 2: William Lazonick: The Innovative Firm 3: Walter W. Powell and Stine Grodal: Networks of Innovators 4: Keith Pavitt: Innovation Processes 5: Alice Lam: Organizational Innovation 6: Keith Smith: Measuring Innovation Section II: The Systemic Nature of Innovation 7: Charles Edquist: Systems of Innovation: Perspectives and Challenges 8: David C. Mowery and Bhaven N. Sampat: Universities in National Innovation Systems 9: Mary O'Sullivan: Finance and Innovation 10: Ove Granstrand: Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights 11: Bjorn Asheim and Meric Gertler: The Geography of Innovation 12: Rajneesh Narula and Antonello Zanfei: Globalization of Innovation: The Role of Multinational Enterprises Schedule III: How Innovation Differs 13: Kristine Bruland and David C. Mowery: Innovation Through Time 14: Franco Malerba: Sectoral Systems: How and Why Innovation Differs Across Sectors 15: Nick von Tunzelmann and Virginia Acha: Innovation in 'Low-Tech' Industries 16: Ian Miles: Innovation in Services 17: Bronwyn Hall: Innovation and Diffusion Section IV: Innovation and Performance 19: Bart Verspagen: Innovation and Economic Growth 20: Manuel M. Godhino and Jan Fagerberg: Innovation and Catching-Up 20: John Cantwell: Innovation and Competitiveness 21: Mario Pianta: Innovation and Employment 22: Bengt-Ake Lundvall and Susana Borras: Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy

About the Author

Jan Fagerberg is Professor at the University of Oslo, where he is affiliated with the Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture (TIK). David C. Mowery is Milton W. Terrill Professor of Business at the Walter A. Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. Richard R. Nelson is a Professor at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, New York.

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This 656-page book is the result of a collective effort of a well-established network of scholars in the field of innovation studies. The outcome is an impressive volume which provides an up-to-date summary of current research on innovation and innovative strategies and behaviours of the enterprises...The book deserves little criticism. Well balanced and articulated, it offers an up-dates review of the research's state-of-the-art provided by first-class scholars but also raises a number of intriguing perspectives of analysis. Business History ...this handbook provides an important addition to the growing innovation literature. Organization 12 (6)

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