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Organisation innovation and entrepreneurship: the role of the national laboratories in promoting industrial development

Ta Hsien Lo, Shyhnan Liou, Benjamin Yuan
2005 International Journal of Technology Management  
2) As national laboratories in Taiwan, ERSO has contributed human capital and social capital to the development of IC industry in 1 Taiwan, and it has also effectively linked Taiwan's common innovative  ...  ITRI's Technology Transfer Team (TTT) members were first incubated in the National Laboratories at ITRI, and then dispatched to spin-off companies in the Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park (HSIP).  ...  This helps in shaping a complete study for "Organizational Innovation and Entrepreneurship; the role of the National Laboratories in promoting Industrial Development".  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2005.006352 fatcat:leekb3xsmzeododmndsyzjvkwa

Social innovation in dynamic environments: organising technology for temporary advantage

Sandro Battisti
2013 International Journal of Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation  
This aids in developing innovative solutions to improve quality of life of citizens while it enables companies to succeed in dynamic environments. on innovation management and new service development based  ...  This research presents an entrepreneurial approach in which public-private partnerships can organise technology in order to develop and diffuse social innovation within dynamic environments.  ...  I am also grateful for the financial support of Politecnico di Milano, regarding the presentation of the very early part of this research in the 5th ISPIM Innovation Symposium in Seoul, Korea.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijsei.2013.059952 fatcat:vaqmbluu4bgnrbnuwdfllhjp7u

Financial, organisational and informative involvement of the society in social innovation processes in Latvia

Karine Oganisjana, Svetlana Surikova, Konstantins Kozlovskis, Anna Svirina, Manuela Tvaronavičienė
2018 Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues  
Therefore, it is of utmost importance to promote social innovation processes in any society, providing research for getting the understanding of different aspects of it, including the main actors and the  ...  The research presented in this paper reveals the main stakeholders of social innovation and analyses the methodology elaborated by the authors for determining the involvement of the society in social innovation  ...  "Involvement of the society in social innovation for providing sustainable development of Latvia" as part of the National Research Program 5.  ... 
doi:10.9770/jesi.2018.6.1(28) fatcat:udyatoiounatzd5yu7ohwgufmu

Knowledge Organisations and High-Tech Regional Innovation Systems in Developing Countries: Evidence from Argentina

Carolina Pasciaroni
2016 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
As evidenced in developed regions, the organisations under study play a key role in the promotion of a high-tech Regional Innovation Systems.  ...  The proposed study aims to analyse the role played by knowledge organisations in the formation of a high-tech Regional Innovation Systems in Argentina.  ...  As Asheim & Coenen (2005) states, in high-technology RISs, knowledge organisations play a foundational role: promoting the emergence of new industries in the city.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242016000200003 fatcat:ww3igcoexzfbhaadnbf5z73khe

Human and Organisational Factors Affecting Technology Uptake by Industry

Peter Roupas
2008 Innovation: Organization and Management  
The author would also like to acknowledge the contribution of the Food Science Australia library staff (Tania Celeste and Jan Stewart) in sourcing a significant volume of documents from other libraries  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to sincerely thank Ian Gould (Food Science Australia, Werribee, Victoria), Richard Habgood (Department of Primary Industries, Ellinbank, Victoria) and Judy Marcure  ...  interventions to support change behaviours (of both the R & D sector and industry) to promote innovation in the Australian food manufacturing industry.  ... 
doi:10.5172/impp.453.10.1.4 fatcat:o24oqmrz3fdqda3bpr5k4pbpfy

Knowledge organisations in less innovative regions: what factors explain the emergence and development of their links with firms? A case study in Argentina

Carolina Pasciaroni, Silvia Gorenstein, Andrea Barbero
2018 International journal of technological learning, innovation and development  
This topic acquires special interest in Latin America based on the low innovative dynamism of firms, the high concentration of national R&D expenditure in public knowledge organisations and the weak link  ...  Among the main findings, the following factors condition the links at local level: 1) the influence of the national institutional context, in particular the active role of the national state; 2) the catalytic  ...  Recently, within the municipal government, new municipal offices were created to promote entrepreneurship and productive innovation. 4 The role of local researchers and the linkage history are added to  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtlid.2018.091804 fatcat:bxvtuft2ebc37ixsj65e2ne4hq

The Mystery of Innovation: Aligning the Triangle of Technology, Institutions and Organisation

Jonathan West
2001 Australian Journal of Management  
Unless a national innovation system is capable of developing local entrepreneurship (equity ownership) and intellectual property control, the vast majority of value created by investment in innovation  ...  the strengths and weaknesses of Australia's national innovation system as it has developed over the last century.  ... 
doi:10.1177/031289620102601s02 fatcat:svqjzp7jwbckffezwyifqbhefe

Intellectual capital, organisational climate, innovation culture, and SME performance

Marina Dabić, Jasminka Lažnjak, David Smallbone, Jadranka Švarc
2019 Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development  
Social implications The findings emphasise the important role of tacit knowledge in the innovation process, of which IC and OC are good examples.  ...  Practical implications Understanding the role of IC, OC, and innovation culture in relation to BP, particularly in former transition countries, can have important implications for managers and enterprise  ...  Under socialism, most research and development aimed at generating innovative businesses was found in state-owned research laboratories, rather than in individual firms who had invested in this type of  ... 
doi:10.1108/jsbed-04-2018-0117 fatcat:sazepi6nkzg5nc3niwj42jvmd4

Entrepreneurship and Knowledge-Based Economies

2013 Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala  
Knowledge is the key element of the innovation systems and the institutions which have an important role in its development can be stated as: (1) Universities and academic institutions (develop and transfer  ...  Universities role in the socio-economic development is important as they improve and diffuse scholarly knowledge.  ...  In order for companies to compete and to give dynamism to the national economy, innovation together with technical development have become of the main sources.  ... 
doi:10.18662/rrem/2013.0501.01 fatcat:eja3vxk6argovbbbdzgblcqiau

Intermediation in intermediation: triple helix innovation and intermediary legal organisation

René Reich-Graefe
2016 Triple Helix  
In an effort to help promote the emergence of sui-generis best practices in the intermediation of 'innovation in innovation' (Etzkowitz, Stud Sci 42(3):293-337, 2003a) triple helix projects, this article  ...  , only recently introduced hybrid legal organisations in the UK, the USA, and Canada.  ...  Acknowledgements The research for this paper was conducted in part while the author was visiting at Queen's University Faculty of Law in Kingston, Ontario, whose hospitality and research support is gratefully  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40604-016-0041-x fatcat:xdefpl32kfgtdhcfowjkbbzeiy

Entrepreneurship in a Globalised Economy

M.Pramila Devi, Dr.S. Ramachandran
2014 IOSR Journal of Business and Management  
Three national-level Entrepreneurship Development Institutes are engaged in skill development.  ...  India's approach to the promotion of entrepreneurial firms is unique, and to some extent, overwhelming.  ...  Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Development The industrial health of society depends on the level of entrepreneurship existing in it.  ... 
doi:10.9790/487x-16312730 fatcat:uxqonuocrrc7pho6bpujljpjwy

Social entrepreneurship

Natasa Krstic
2014 Bankarstvo  
In this manner, "Eco Bag" is promoting social entrepreneurship in Serbia, it is contributing to the development of the recycling industry and care of society for the environment protection, at the same  ...  Coalition for development of social entrepreneurship was established -as a network of organisations devoted to the promotion and development of this type of business in Serbia.  ... 
doi:10.5937/bankarstvo1401126k fatcat:xoopjaykarf5hhghmqolvhn6ra

Innovative entrepreneurship [chapter]

2014 OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy  
Role of Small, Medium and Big Businesses in the Implementation of Innovations The academic and university sector usually plays the leading role at the stage of scientific research and development.  ...  Thus, the study innovative entrepreneurship actual research questions are the characteristics and laws of innovation development of economy and economic policy issues that relate to the innovative nature  ...  Research personnel mobility One of important mechanisms of knowledge transfer and indicator for mapping key linkages in national innovation systems.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264214026-10-en fatcat:jabpdrhdzrgubhyhcofqywshra

Knowledge transfer and industry innovation: the discovery of nanotechnology by South-West Sydney organisations

Cristina Martinez Fernandez, Kim Leevers
2004 International Journal of Technology Management  
This paper presents an innovative initiative of a regional university stimulating the development of a knowledge hub around nanotechnology applications to businesses.  ...  The paper argues that the regional industry structure and competitiveness can be influenced by this type of university-industry partnership that initiate, share, facilitate and transfer new technologies  ...  Note: government departments, regional organisations and the airport are not included in the map The role of universities in regional knowledge systems Traditionally, the role of universities has been  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2004.005309 fatcat:ms6r3jtfwrbi3fv2wdvp5mywta

Academic Entrepreneurship: Gendered Discourses and Ghettos

Ylva Fältholm, Lena Abrahamsson, Eva Källhammer
2010 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
INTRODUCTION Networking and innovative capability is one of the key factors for developing countries to achieve world leading positions in different industrial sectors.  ...  This is because these firms have interrelated developmental activities which provide details on the nature of technological effort undertaken in the industry.  ...  This is in agreement with some previous studies on the subject of research productivity and collaboration (Lee and Bozeman, 2005; Landry et al., 1996; Harman, 1999; in Rijnsoever et al., 2008, Walsh and  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242010000100004 fatcat:exivwgvlsna7be5rqshbiuvtwq
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