EDITORIAL: "TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANISATION: A SPECIAL ISSUE IN HONOUR OF KEITH PAVITT"
Jonathan Sapsed (),
Peter Augsdorfer () and
James Utterback ()
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Jonathan Sapsed: CENTRIM, University of Brighton, The Freeman Centre, UK;
James Utterback: Sloan School of Management, School of Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA
International Journal of Innovation Management (ijim), 2005, vol. 09, issue 01, v-xi
In honour of the late Keith Pavitt, we introduce this Special Issue ofInternational Journal of Innovation Management. We discuss the impact of Pavitt's work in technology and innovation on the management field. He showed empirically a number of core principles of technological change and knowledge, and how these affected managerial and organisational tasks. His influence is indicated by his publication channels, citations to his work and the other authors with whom he was cited. Pavitt had signalled several themes for future research in the management of technology and innovation. This introduction explains how the articles of this special issue make contributions to all these ongoing research agendas.
Keywords: Keith Pavitt; technology management; innovation management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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