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Industrial Open Data: Case Studies of Early Open Data Entrepreneurs

Juho Lindman, Tomi Kinnari, Matti Rossi
2014 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
The data was collected through interviews of early adopter open data entrepreneurs during the spring of 2012.  ...  an open data service ecosystem.  ...  The paper reports the results of our exploratory case study of 14 companies focusing on analyses of the industry landscape and the business models of the companies.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2014.99 dblp:conf/hicss/LindmanKR14 fatcat:yfjinbqm6jd4biiju7hwp4mcb4

Emerging business models for the open data industry

Fatemeh Ahmadi Zeleti, Adegboyega Ojo, Edward Curry
2014 Proceedings of the 15th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research - dg.o '14  
Business models for open data have emerged in response to the economic opportunities presented by the increasing availability of open data.  ...  However, scholarly efforts providing elaborations, rigorous analysis and comparison of open data models are very limited.  ...  There are very few scholarly studies on business models for the open data industry.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2612733.2612745 dblp:conf/dgo/ZeletiOC14 fatcat:el7qcateiffbdbtvw263hnnvnm

Open Data for Research and Strategic Monitoring in the Pharmaceutical and Biotech Industry

Baldissera Giovani
2017 Data Science Journal  
The information collected provides a snapshot of the use of open data by the pharmaceutical and biotech industry in 2015-2016.  ...  Even if at early stage, private companies also are adapting to the open data market.  ...  If most of them have decided to remain anonymous, they are the main contributors to this endeavour.  ... 
doi:10.5334/dsj-2017-018 fatcat:7dmb47xqibg57i6ac5obiwrczy

How Open Source Has Changed the Software Industry: Perspectives from Open Source Entrepreneurs

Juho Lindman, Risto Rajala
2012 Technology Innovation Management Review  
The method used for data collection included semi-structured, inperson interviews and an extensive set of secondary data on the case companies.  ...  CEO, Tripod (a case company in this study) " " 6 Perspectives from Open Source Entrepreneurs Juho Lindman and Risto Rajala ware entrepreneurs and senior managers in software firms.  ...  About the Authors Perspectives from Open Source Entrepreneurs Juho Lindman and Risto Rajala  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview510 fatcat:kh3lslrdhrfkdc4yjcm3m3knbq

Open Innovation and Social Big Data for Sustainability: Evidence from the Tourism Industry

Pasquale Del Vecchio, Gioconda Mele, Valentina Ndou, Giustina Secundo
2018 Sustainability  
The findings of the study demonstrate how social Big Data could open up innovation processes that could be of support in defining sustainable tourism experiences in a destination.  ...  To achieve this aim, this paper presents evidence of a digital tourism experience, through a longitudinal case study of a destination in Apulia, a Southern European region.  ...  Following the case study guidelines set out by Yin [74, 76] , the case was developed to demonstrate how the management of social Big Data could be useful for creating value for the open innovation process  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10093215 fatcat:a7gswdeq25apfmmngvnyfej3vu

Open Data Ecosystems – an empirical investigation into an emerging industry collaboration concept [article]

Per Runeson, Thomas Olsson, Johan Linåker
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Regarding the intrinsics of data, we found their type, meta-data, and legal frameworks influential for their openness.  ...  Based on the outcomes, we surveyed three cases of emerging ODE practice to further understand the concepts and to validate the initial findings.  ...  This work was funded by the Swedish National Innovation Agency, VINNOVA, under grant 2018-04341 for groundbreaking ideas in industrial development, grant 2020-00025 for ESS Data Lab, grant 2019-05150 for  ... 
arXiv:2109.01378v1 fatcat:tavzotw5brgn5gvwvkqt3ydvqm

How Open Source Has Changed the Software Industry: Perspectives from Open Source Entrepreneurs

Juho Lindman, Risto Rajala
2012 Technology Innovation Management Review  
CEO, Tripod (a case company in this study) Abstract The emergence of F/LOSS (free/libre open source software) has triggered several changes in the software industry.  ...  This article describes a study that investigates these changes from the perspective of F/LOSS entrepreneurs.  ...  we opened in a very early stage.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview/510 fatcat:suuxqlbsyredhcmbvkbi6wbqsa

Role of big data in open innovation practices: The case of Serbian ICT industry

Jelena Lukic
2014 Ekonomika preduzeca  
The aim of this paper is to show the role and importance of big data concept for companies which are pursuing open innovation practices with a special focus on Serbian information and communication industry  ...  Big data concept is still in early development phase in surveyed ICT companies, with clear signs of increased awareness of its importance for competitive advantage.  ...  The research was conducted with the aim to identify the role of big data in open innovation practices in the case of Serbian ICT industry.  ... 
doi:10.5937/ekopre1406294l fatcat:zrg2girejjdylkp3cmf5v6343a

Harnessing Digital Ecosystems through Open Data - Diagnosing the Swedish Public transport Industry

Daniel Rudmark, Anders Hjalmarsson Jordanius
2019 European Conference on Information Systems  
Also, we found several types of digital ecosystems that potentially would create future value, using open data from the public transport industry.  ...  These ecosystem types are incumbent digital platforms, open source software frameworks, and multi- provider open data ecosystems.  ...  The overall argument for publishing such data include viewing open data as a way of giving data back to citizens, increasing governmental transparency, and as basis for innovative entrepreneurs.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/RudmarkJ19 fatcat:2kwpk4yotjf7bbm22ajahi24mq

Social Trust and Open Innovation in an Informal Economy: The Emergence of Shenzhen Mobile Phone Industry

Chen, Chen
2020 Sustainability  
We extend the open innovation theory to explain the straightforward role of social trust in the Shenzhen mobile phone industry. This single case study yields two principal findings.  ...  Finally, we discuss the implications of our findings for research on social trust and open innovation in informal institutions.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analysis, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12030775 fatcat:e2fpww22yzbw3ldny7q7dkgswy

Open Innovation with Value Co-Creation from University–Industry Collaboration

Roberto Osorno-Hinojosa, Mikko Koria, Delia del Carmen Ramírez-Vázquez
2022 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
The study contributes to our knowledge and practice of creating value through applying open innovation within university–industry collaboration in emerging economies, a little-studied theme.  ...  While open innovation and university–industry collaboration contribute significantly to innovation in industrialized countries, it is less clear how these create value in emerging economies and new application  ...  Through a case study, this exploratory study examines the perceptions that participating actors have of OI creating value in UICs.  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc8010032 fatcat:mikx3wsiy5b4pb5awqtagd3b54

Entrepreneurship, Knowledge, and the Industrial Revolution

M. Aykut Attar
2015 Economics : the Open-Access, Open-Assessment e-Journal  
Since entrepreneurs identify new useful knowledge at all times in a serendipitous way, the industrial revolution is an inevitable outcome.  ...  But entrepreneurs in the manufacturing sector do not attempt invention if not much is known about natural phenomena. This delays the industrial revolution.  ...  This paper studies a stylized view of the Industrial Revolution. Entrepreneurs, according with this view, alter the Malthusian fate of the preindustrial economy.  ... 
doi:10.5018/economics-ejournal.ja.2015-3 fatcat:miqhlcrmqbfivbfxlqsnjxclf4

Gender Wage Discrimination and Trade Openness. Prejudiced Employers in an Open Industry

Ben Yahmed Sarra
2017 Social Science Research Network  
Market access of Uruguayan firms as well as competitors' access to the Uruguayan market, computed at the industry level, are used for the first time to assess the impact of trade openness on the gender  ...  The theoretical predictions are confronted with data for Uruguayan manufacturing sectors that experienced a sharp liberalization of trade in the 1990s.  ...  In this case, trade openness results in a widening of the wag gap even in a beckerian setting. The model is confronted with data for Uruguayan manufacturing sectors between 1983 and 2003.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3067928 fatcat:gfoew2k6prdzxmommw5z3w4qwe

Openness to Industry 4.0 and performance: The impact of barriers and incentives

Monica Cugno, Rebecca Castagnoli, Giacomo Büchi
2021 Technological forecasting & social change  
A qualitative analysis using in-depth interviews and multiple case studies identifies prominent barriers and incentives, whilst a quantitative analysis on a representative sample of 500 local manufacturing  ...  The results of the parallel-serial multiple mediation model show that: (1) greater openness to Industry 4.0 is related to better performance; (2) greater openness to Industry 4.0 leads to a higher perception  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the reviewers of the special issue Technological Innovations & their Financial & Socio-Economic Implications in the Era of Fourth Industrial Revolution on  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2021.120756 fatcat:wfg5jdbeujftrliqrlandz62fa

University-Industry Business Incubators in Taiwan

Wen-Bo Wang, Ying-Cheng Hung, Chu-Ching Wang
2013 Open Journal of Business and Management  
Through university-industry collaboration, original and breakthrough ideas, inventions, and innovations are systematically channeled from universities into industrial applications and used to develop an  ...  In Taiwan 98% of the companies are small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and they play a fundamental role in the sustainable development of Taiwan's economy, but due to limited funding, very few of them  ...  not just an analysis of the data, but through content analysis we will manifest the influence of information and achieve the real purpose of the study. [7] Yang Xiaorong (1996) unified all the above theories  ... 
doi:10.4236/ojbm.2013.11001 fatcat:cjvpbmwecrbrpmwixfvi3xvl7i
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