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Hide Show all. Notifications View Subscribe. Powered by. Home Login Register Search Archives. Abstract Systemic perspectives of innovation integrate complex interrelations among enterprise, science and technology, and governance spheres. Innovation networks are crucial within innovation systems and refer to the linkages of a variety of actors with the purpose of innovation.
In this article, the determinants of innovation networks are analyzed using a qualitative original database of online information about organizations in Portugal. A binary econometric regression for all types of entities is estimated. The model underlines that actors using external technologies and promoting knowledge are more likely to innovate.
In parallel, actors that are involved in managing and supporting entrepreneurship have a smaller probability to do it. Advanced firms and universities are the actors more willing to dynamically innovate. Specific models for firms and universities create a direct comparison between the determinants in both collectives. While promoting knowledge and specific orientation towards innovation is essential for firms it is not relevant for universities. Managing knowledge is the crucial catalyst for the innovation practices in universities. External technological linkages are essential for both types of actors in the creation of innovation networks.
The article concludes with policy implications regarding the support of cooperation activities to instigate innovation. Keywords innovation, innovation networks, innovation system, content analysis, logistic regression. Full Text: PDF. Paulo N. He is a researcher studying the process of technological capability building at the level of firms and industries, its causes and consequences for industrial innovation and economic growth in developing economies.
Since he coordinates the Center for the Management of Technology and Innovation Research NITEC in the same program with projects connected to economics and technology and innovation management in companies, industry chains and corporate networks. He published and presented more than articles in magazines and national and international congresses.
He holds a Ph. His research emphasizes the topics of ecosystems and regional systems of innovation and entrepreneurship. Undergraduated in the field of Business Administration with an emphasis in Foreign Trade. Her research is concentrated on foreign trade, foreign investment, innovation and productivity.
Modelling innovation performance of European regions using multi-output neural networks
His research lines are focused on remote sensing technologies and the monitoring of deforestation in Brazil. He is deputy-editor of the Brazilian Journal of Innovation. Garcia coordinates a research project on the subject of Geography of Innovation and has publications in the area of geography of innovation, industrial clusters, evolutionary economic geography, university-industry linkages, and industrial policy. Ruffoni works mainly in the Economics of Technology and Industrial area. Her research emphasizes innovation dynamic of the firm, geographical proximity and transference of knowledge between firms and institutions, university-company interaction, innovative capability of the firm and public perception of science and technology.
He has published several papers and books related to topic of Innovation Systems in developing countries. In addition, she has developed research on the knowledge production and use in Engineering in Brazil. Her main research interest is in systems of innovation in developing countries, networks of innovators, network governance in high-technology industries and technology policy in developing countries.
She holds a Ph. Anwar specializes in science, technology, and innovation policy issues, private sector development, technology entrepreneurship, and technology transfer.
Yannis D. In addition, he was chairman of the Scientific Council of the National Documentation Centre EKT , the national infrastructure for scientific documentation, online information and support services on research, science and technology. His interests include: industrial development, technological change, industrial structure and development of the firm and management, and technology policy evaluation, especially in developing countries.
Recently he focuses on innovation for development and science diplomacy. Professor Lee now actively consults for the government and private sector. He was the principal investigator of UNDP United Nations Development Program project for the innovation policy case studies for developing countries from He also published more than 60 articles in peer-reviewed academic journals. His main research topics include industry and firm dynamics, productivity and efficiency analysis, evolutionary economics, and innovation policy.
He was the winner of the Schumpeter Prize in Professor McKelvey was the winner of the Scumpeter Prize in Her research addresses innovation management, entrepreneurship, and university-industry interactions. He is currently member of international working groups on technology and innovation policy. Prior to joining the HSE Dirk was responsible for technology and innovation policy at the presidential office of the Swiss Science and Technology Council.
He also has long experience in top level consulting to key decision makers in industry, headed the business unit industry studies and research with T. Cook Consultants which he successfully established and was management consultant for technology and innovation management with Arthur D. He has strong background in science, technology and innovation for policy making and industrial management with special focus on Foresight and roadmapping, science, technology and innovation policies, funding of research and priority setting.
She has also contributed to OECD reports on rural and urban economic development. Her analysis focuses on innovation systems and science and higher education policy. He is also policy advisor on innovation and industrial development and policy to governments in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. During he was a Lead Economist at the Inter-American Development Bank, where he led the preparation of development loans in Latin America and the Caribbean on innovation and industrial policies, and on cluster and value chains programs, small and medium-sized enterprises and local economic development.
His research interests range from development economics to innovation, trade and industry in developing countries.