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Volume 30, issue 2, 2023

Financial resources for research and innovation in small and larger firms: Is it a case of the more you have, the more you do? pp. 189-232 Downloads
Mauricio Perez-Alaniz, Helena Lenihan, Justin Doran and Nola Hewitt-Dundas
How a firm’s knowledge base influences its external technology sourcing strategy: the case of biopharmaceutical firms pp. 233-262 Downloads
Christian Gnekpe, Régis Coeurderoy and Louis Mulotte
The role of intangibles in firm-level productivity – evidence from Germany pp. 263-285 Downloads
Felix Roth, Ali Sen and Christian Rammer
International breadth in coopetition and innovation performance: evidence from the Spanish biotechnology industry pp. 286-309 Downloads
Vanesa Barrales-Molina, Leopoldo Gutierrez-Gutierrez and Marta Riquelme-Medina

Volume 30, issue 1, 2023

Firms and innovation in the new industrial paradigm of the digital transformation pp. 1-16 Downloads
Elena Cefis, Riccardo Leoncini, Luigi Marengo and Sandro Montresor
Coding for intangible competitive advantage - mapping the distribution and characteristics of software-developing firms in the Swedish economy pp. 17-41 Downloads
Martin Andersson, Anna Kusetogullari and Joakim Wernberg
A managerial mental model to drive innovation in the context of digital transformation pp. 42-66 Downloads
Danielly de Paula, Carolin Marx, Ella Wolf, Christian Dremel, Kathryn Cormican and Falk Uebernickel
Digital Transformation of the Automotive Industry: An Integrating Framework to Analyse Technological Novelty and Breadth pp. 67-102 Downloads
Henry Lopez-Vega and Jerker Moodysson
Education, routine, and complexity-biased Key Enabling Technologies: evidence from Emilia-Romagna, Italy pp. 103-134 Downloads
Roberto Antonietti, Luca Cattani, Francesca Gambarotto and Giulio Pedrini
Disrupting regional efficiency gaps via Industry 4.0 firm investments pp. 135-158 Downloads
Antonio Fabio Forgione and Carlo Migliardo
New digital technologies and firm performance in the Italian economy pp. 159-188 Downloads
Valeria Cirillo, Lucrezia Fanti, Andrea Mina and Andrea Ricci

Volume 29, issue 10, 2022

Pharmaceutical spending and early-stage innovation in EU countries pp. 1141-1170 Downloads
Dimitrios Kourouklis and Afschin Gandjour
R&D subsidies and firm innovation: does human capital matter? pp. 1171-1201 Downloads
Sergio Afcha and Abel Lucena
CEO characteristics and the Doing-Using-Interacting mode of innovation: a new upper echelons perspective pp. 1202-1230 Downloads
Tatjana Bennat and Rolf Sternberg
The search for alternatives to internal combustion: instantiation mechanisms of institutional logics among scientists and engineers pp. 1231-1262 Downloads
Byungchae Jin and David A. Kirsch

Volume 29, issue 9, 2022

Disparities in robot adoption among U.S. manufacturers: a critical economic development challenge pp. 1025-1044 Downloads
Nancey Green Leigh, Heonyeong Lee and Benjamin Kraft
Influence of entrepreneurial ecosystems on innovation ecosystems in peripheral regions: the case of the Champagne-Ardenne region pp. 1045-1074 Downloads
Simona Grama-Vigouroux, Sana Saidi, Anne Berthinier-Poncet, Albert Lwango and Mohamed Sellami
Automation, firm employment and skill upgrading: firm-level evidence from China pp. 1075-1107 Downloads
Xiaozhen Qin, Weipan Xu, Haohui ‘Caron’ Chen, Jiawei Zhong, Yifei Sun and Xun Li
The architecture of innovation: how firms configure different types of complementarities in emerging ecosystems pp. 1108-1139 Downloads
Bernhard Lingens, Veronika Seeholzer and Oliver Gassmann

Volume 29, issue 8, 2022

Fast as a gazelle – young firms gaining from educational diversity pp. 927-947 Downloads
Carita Eklund and Kristof van Criekingen
Ambidexterity and innovation in cluster SMEs: evidence from Indonesian manufacturing pp. 948-968 Downloads
Jojo Jacob, Maggie-Qiuzhu Mei, Theresia Gunawan and Geert Duysters
Co-Worker complementarities and new firm survival pp. 969-991 Downloads
Therese Danley and Rikard H Eriksson
The wealth of (Open Data) nations? Open government data, country-level institutions and entrepreneurial activity pp. 992-1023 Downloads
Franz Huber, Alan Ponce, Francesco Rentocchini and Thomas Wainwright

Volume 29, issue 7, 2022

The role of initial and gradual trust in growing and unlocking regional industrial specialisations pp. 825-846 Downloads
Markus Grillitsch and Magnus Nilsson
R&D networks and their effects on knowledge exploration versus knowledge exploitation: Evidence from a spatial econometric perspective pp. 847-878 Downloads
Martina Neuländtner and Thomas Scherngell
New regional industrial path development and innovation networks in times of economic crisis pp. 879-898 Downloads
Jan Ole Rypestøl, Roman Martin and Nina Kyllingstad
How spatial proximity facilitates distant search – a social capital perspective on local open innovation pp. 899-926 Downloads
Anja Leckel, Sophie Veilleux and Frank Piller

Volume 29, issue 6, 2022

Family-managed firms, external sources of knowledge and innovation pp. 701-733 Downloads
Stefano Amato, Fernanda Ricotta and Rodrigo Basco
Skills shortage and innovation pp. 734-759 Downloads
Jens Horbach and Christian Rammer
An empirical study of drivers for the adoption of logistics innovation pp. 760-791 Downloads
Adelheid Holl and Ilaria Mariotti
Organisations’ Resources and External Shocks: Exploring Digital Innovation in Family Firms pp. 792-824 Downloads
Jonas Soluk

Volume 29, issue 5, 2022

Generating tacit knowledge across borders: international collaboration and design innovation in Norway pp. 597-622 Downloads
Xinlu Qiu, Marcelo Cano-Kollmann and Ram Mudambi
Continuous innovation failure, top management team relational capital and the overseas R&D activities of companies in emerging economies pp. 623-648 Downloads
Xi Zhong, Weihong Chen and Ge Ren
The impact of institutional voids and ecosystem logics in the spread of ecosystems in emerging economies pp. 649-671 Downloads
Ahmet Yildirim, Bart Clarysse and Mike Wright
Stepping up to the mark? Firms’ export activity and environmental innovation in 14 European countries pp. 672-700 Downloads
Aoife Hanley and Finn Semrau

Volume 29, issue 4, 2022

The long-term effect of research grants on the scientific output of university professors pp. 463-487 Downloads
Katrin Hussinger and João N. Carvalho
International doctoral graduates as inventors in the German innovation system pp. 488-510 Downloads
Guido Buenstorf, Dominik P. Heinisch and Matthias Kapa
Public R&D funding and new regional specialisations: The contingent role of technological relatedness​ pp. 511-532 Downloads
Wolf-Hendrik Uhlbach, Pierre-Alexandre Balland and Thomas Scherngell
Understanding the Heterogeneous Additionality of R&D Subsidy Programs of Different Government Levels pp. 533-563 Downloads
Joost Heijs, Alex J. Guerrero and Elena Huergo
Does university performance have an economic payoff for home regions? Evidence for the Spanish provinces pp. 564-596 Downloads
Joan Crespo, Jesús Peiró-Palomino and Emili Tortosa-Ausina

Volume 29, issue 3, 2022

The employment implications of additive manufacturing pp. 333-366 Downloads
Giulia Felice, Fabio Lamperti and Lucia Piscitello
Industrial land policy and economic complexity of Chinese Cities pp. 367-395 Downloads
Zhaoyingzi Dong, Yingcheng Li, Pierre-Alexandre Balland and Siqi Zheng
How does basic research improve innovation performance in the world’s major pharmaceutical firms? pp. 396-424 Downloads
Bart Leten, Stijn Kelchtermans and Rene Belderbos
The evolution of niche: variety in knowledge networks in the global music industry pp. 425-462 Downloads
Mark Bagley, Ethan Gifford and Maureen McKelvey

Volume 29, issue 2, 2022

Introduction to the Special Issue on Open Innovation in Science pp. 131-135 Downloads
Susanne Beck, Christoph Grimpe, Marion Poetz and Henry Sauermann
The Open Innovation in Science research field: a collaborative conceptualisation approach pp. 136-185 Downloads
Susanne Beck, Carsten Bergenholtz, Marcel Bogers, Tiare-Maria Brasseur, Marie Louise Conradsen, Diletta Di Marco, Andreas P. Distel, Leonhard Dobusch, Daniel Dörler, Agnes Effert, Benedikt Fecher, Despoina Filiou, Lars Frederiksen, Thomas Gillier, Christoph Grimpe, Marc Gruber, Carolin Haeussler, Florian Heigl, Karin Hoisl, Katie Hyslop, Olga Kokshagina, Marcel LaFlamme, Cornelia Lawson, Hila Lifshitz-Assaf, Wolfgang Lukas, Markus Nordberg, Maria Theresa Norn, Marion Poetz, Marisa Ponti, Gernot Pruschak, Laia Pujol Priego, Agnieszka Radziwon, Janet Rafner, Gergana Romanova, Alexander Ruser, Henry Sauermann, Sonali K. Shah, Jacob F. Sherson, Julia Suess-Reyes, Christopher Tucci, Philipp Tuertscher, Jane Bjørn Vedel, Theresa Velden, Roberto Verganti, Jonathan Wareham, Andrea Wiggins and Sunny Mosangzi Xu
How open is innovation research? – An empirical analysis of data sharing among innovation scholars pp. 186-218 Downloads
Gloria Barczak, Christian Hopp, Jermain Kaminski, Frank Piller and Gernot Pruschak
The puzzle of sharing scientific data pp. 219-250 Downloads
Laia Pujol Priego, Jonathan Wareham and Angelo Kenneth S. Romasanta
Crowds, citizens, and science: a multi-dimensional framework and agenda for future research pp. 251-284 Downloads
Chiara Franzoni, Marion Poetz and Henry Sauermann
A strategic alignment framework for the entrepreneurial university pp. 285-309 Downloads
David B. Audretsch and Maksim Belitski
Open innovation in science: assessing the formation and function of SME-university collaborations through the proximity matrix pp. 310-332 Downloads
Andrew Johnston

Volume 29, issue 1, 2022

Does diversity make collaborative subsidies effective? ICT sector in Korea pp. 1-24 Downloads
Jeongwon Lee, Junseok Hwang and Hana Kim
The impact of product innovation announcements on firm value: evidence from the bio-pharmaceutical industry pp. 25-52 Downloads
Jan Niederreiter and Massimo Riccaboni
What kinds of relatedness promote new firm formation? Evidence from Italy pp. 53-73 Downloads
Leonardo Mazzoni, Niccolò Innocenti and Luciana Lazzeretti
How industry projects can stimulate academic engagement: an experimental study among U.S. engineering professors pp. 74-101 Downloads
Thomas Clauss, Patrick Spieth, Christian Klusmann, Wunnam Basit Issah and Tobias Kesting
Keep it simple: external resource utilisation and incremental product innovation in resource-challenged South African manufacturing firms pp. 102-130 Downloads
Leon Oerlemans, Kai-Ying Chan, Joris Knoben and Patrick Vermeulen
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