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Research of Economic Growth in the Context of Knowledge Economy

Olena Vinnychuk, Larysa Skrashchuk, Igor Vinnychuk
2014 Intellectual Economics  
The dynamics of knowledge economy components based on statistics of Ukraine, Poland, Germany and Lithuania is researched.  ...  This paper analyses the nature of economic growth in the context of knowledge economy. Indicators that can describe the individual components of knowledge economy are selected.  ...  Technology and in particular knowledge technology (Artificial Intelligence) helps transform a part of human knowledge to machines and this knowledge can be used by decision support systems in various fields  ... 
doi:10.13165/ie-14-8-1-08 fatcat:mprlekhup5dr3h7vp7qukab6ty

Absorptive capacity, technological innovation, and product life cycle: a system dynamics model

Bo Zou, Feng Guo, Jinyu Guo
2016 SpringerPlus  
This research was funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) (Award #: 71202159).  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge the editor's contribution and show appreciation to the reviewers for their helpful comments and recommendations.  ...  We can observe that the external knowledge source and knowledge storage of a firm both increase with a shortening of the time spent in founding an external knowledge network in the maturity stage.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40064-016-3328-5 pmid:27757366 pmcid:PMC5037108 fatcat:dlpzzu3cnzai5ilo3md6m43rxm

Networks of innovation and modularity: a dynamic perspective

Henry Chesbrough, Andrea Prencipe
2008 International Journal of Technology Management  
The main contention of this paper is that the dynamics of technology development should reflect the dynamics of a firm network.  ...  The aim of this paper is to provide a comprehensive perspective for understanding the dynamics of modularity and the implications of those dynamics for innovation networks.  ...  The main contention of this paper is that the dynamics of technology development should be reflected in the dynamics of a firm's development network.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2008.019383 fatcat:vanpmmdxsbc25pkzvakm27hkti

Page 683 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 32, Issue 5 [page]

2007 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
Both opportunistic and strategic behaviours are involved in the location of new technological knowledge.  ...  Theoretical issues relate to the concepts of networks and dynamic capabilities, which are frequently employed in the innovation literature.  ... 

Mapping Knowledge Domains to Better Forecast the Future: Challenges at the National Research Council Canada

Jean Archambeault, Catalin Bidian, Max Evans
2016 Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS / Actes du congrès annuel de l'ACSI  
The cross-disciplinary future of knowledge domainsmapping requires the fusion of multiple data sources,methodologies, and theories, shifting from descriptiveto predictive models.  ...  This paper explores some of theNational Research Council Canada challenges inusing knowledge domain mapping to better forecastthe future and advances a call for action.L'avenir interdisciplinaire de la  ...  the dynamics of knowledge networks (Börner et al., 2010) .  ... 
doi:10.29173/cais889 fatcat:lsh7vkqk2bamdabm4ftclkschq

Research on Knowledge-Oriented Supply Chain Risk Management System Model

Yingchun Guo
2011 Journal of Management and Strategy  
Store the collected risk knowledge in a dynamic knowledge database, and build a platform for exchanging knowledge between member enterprises in supply chain by knowledge map, expert system, and other technologies  ...  Level of knowledge storage Set up technological standards for knowledge presentation, storage, and communication, and use the information platform that covers all enterprises in supply chain, connecting  ...  Open a network connection for external knowledge, extend the knowledge sources, and help all member enterprises to acquire new knowledge dynamically and effectively, achieving the acquirement, transfer  ... 
doi:10.5430/jms.v2n2p72 fatcat:weqdtaaia5cxllzho2gbynv7ym

An Empirical Study on the Network Model and the Online Knowledge Production Structure

Quan Chen, Jiangtao Wang, Ruiqiu Ou, Sang-Bing Tsai
2019 Journal of Information Technology Research  
in R software system, and studied the process of knowledge propagation and inheritance via the dynamic complex network analysis method.  ...  The unique extension structure of R software provides a rich research foundation for the propagation of knowledge; thus, the results can provide us a new perspective for knowledge discovery and technological  ...  Gao et al. (2003) studied the network structure of 50,000 projects in the SourceForge open source community by using the dynamic 2-division network.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jitr.2019100109 fatcat:clsdgtt6xfd4hma5oujbphggcu

Knowledge Interaction and Spatial Dynamics in Industrial Districts

Hai-Ping Lin, Tai-Shan Hu
2017 Sustainability  
The knowledge economy plays a leading role in current socioeconomic development and has changed industrial development.  ...  This study analyzes the change in the spatial distribution of industries in southern Taiwan, and further examines the effect of knowledge interactions between industries and the region on industrial development  ...  However, dynamic knowledge is a collective learning process, in which network systems emerge through formal interactions, and knowledge sources are created through sharing and collaboration between R&D  ... 
doi:10.3390/su9081421 fatcat:4fay7toi5rbibfiwppbgciyzna

Service-Based Business Network Modelling: Application to Dynamic Logistics [chapter]

Alexander Smirnov, Nikolay Shilov
2008 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
An approach presented is based on application of such technologies as ontology and context management to knowledge sharing. Ontologies are used for description of knowledge domains.  ...  Appearance of business networks can be considered as a response to changes in global markets. Networks can be seen as a step beyond the linear supply chain topography.  ...  Acknowledgments The research described in this paper is supported by grants # 06-07-89242 and # 08-07-00264 of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research; projects funded by grants # 16.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-89218-2_10 fatcat:hiiy5uz7jjg2flgmbt6p5j53am

Market Monitoring in Dynamic Supply Networks and Chains: an Internet-Based Support System for the Agri-Food Sector

Melanie Fritz, Gerhard Schiefer
2002 Journal on Chain and Network Science  
Enterprises in dynamic supply networks and chains with changing business partnerships are involved in complex dependency structures and interrelationships.  ...  The paper presents a conceptual approach for a market monitoring system, which integrates results of research from a variety of scientific fields, utilizes focused rule-based expert knowledge, and implements  ...  the selected information sources and of categorising collected information for later use, information agents technology has reached a level of sophistication in research based selected software products  ... 
doi:10.3920/jcns2002.x021 fatcat:d33fcjvv3vdr7lhjc6idze4n6u

Knowledge flows, externalities and innovation networks

Francesco Quatraro, Stefano Usai
2017 Regional studies  
The country context is diverse and includes data sources from US and European regions. KEYWORDS knowledge flows; externalities; innovation; networks 摘要 知识流、外部性与创新网络。Regional Studies.  ...  Knowledge flows, externalities and innovation networks. Regional Studies.  ...  knowledge sources in a specific place.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00343404.2017.1337884 fatcat:qaqhgl2ytvhbjmwx7gyxlfhxy4

Do social networks and technological capabilities help knowledge management?

Encarnación García Sánchez, Víctor Jesús García Morales, Rodrigo Martín-Rojas
2017 Journal of Technology Management & Innovation  
This paper examines how knowledge management, a dynamic function related to management or administration of a set of knowledge flows, develops thanks to the greater dynamism of social networks.  ...  , social networks and knowledge management.  ...  Technology is a strategic mechanism for improving cooperation, communication, and exchange of information and knowledge through the presence and proper use of tools or assets that foster knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.4067/s0718-27242017000400007 fatcat:5s3tw3mixzes5gpwiqyiyvdosq

The Networking of High-tech Firms as basis for Knowledge Transfer

Nikos S. Kanellos, Lefteris S. Papadimitriou
2013 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The sources of knowledge are either internal (in-house R&D) or external (competitors, universities etc.).  ...  This paper attempts to evaluate the importance of relationships and networks for the firms studied, and more specific, how important networks are for knowledge transfer.  ...  Investing in knowledge society through the European Social Fund.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.02.051 fatcat:geml2o23hzcs7ni5ihcbbgpwhi

Latecomer firms and the emergence and development of knowledge networks: The case of Petrobras in Brazil

Eva Dantas, Martin Bell
2009 Research Policy  
A second contribution consists in providing an example of the application of the typology by examining the emergence and development of a firm-centred knowledge network in the case of Petrobras, the Brazilian  ...  A key contribution of the paper is conceptual and methodological: the development of an original typology of knowledge network properties to trace out changes in the form of networks as they evolve over  ...  The authors also thank the anonymous referees for their useful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2009.01.007 fatcat:6gzkjikiojfkdkx2opxiisfqhm

Does the Geographical Proximity Matter in Knowledge and Information Flow? A study about wine cluster in the Southern region of Brazil

Janaína Ruffoni, Ana Lúcia Tatsch, Rafael Stefani, Paola Rücker Schaeffer, Lenise Gessí Grings
2017 Revista de Economia e Sociologia Rural  
As main results, it is highlighted: the information flow has a distinct dynamic from the technological knowledge flow established among firms; they play different cognitive roles in the identified technological  ...  knowledge network; great part of the connections established is with companies from the cluster itself; and the search for knowledge in support institutions in the area is intense, highlighting the importance  ...  to knowledge sources external to the cluster and because they are in a balanced position of supplying and absorbing.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1234-56781806-94790550309 fatcat:4lwpr3nkhbdy5harbu5hxh4ahq
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