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2017-06: The Learning Economy and the Economics of Hope Downloads
Bengt-Åke Lundvall
2017-05: Innovative Enterprise and Sustainable Prosperity Downloads
William Lazonick
2017-04: On the Organization and Governance of Economic Activity Downloads
Richard R. Nelson
2017-03: Drivers of eco-innovation in the manufacturing sector of Nigeria Downloads
Maruf Sanni and Michael Francis
2017-02: Development, innovation, sustainability and policies: Chris Freeman's legacy Downloads
Helena Maria Martins Lastres
2017-01: Research on Innovation and Development in the Anthropocene Downloads
Björn Johnson, Rasmus Lema and Gert Villumsen
2015-15: Chinese Technologies and pro-poor industrialisation in Sub Saharan Africa: The case of furniture manufacturing in Kenya Downloads
Richmond Atta-Ankomah
2015-14: Intermediate Users as a Source of Innovation in a Development Context: Empirical Evidence and Theory Downloads
Kinsuk Mani Sinha, Pamela Adams and Franco Malerba
2015-13: Knowledge Here, Knowledge There: Multilatinas and their European Subsidiaries Downloads
Ionara Costa, Howard Rush and Andrew Grantham
2015-12: Social Interactions. A Formal Approach to Feedback-Based Evolutionary Local Learning Downloads
Verónica Robert
2015-11: UNU-MERIT at 25 Years: How Doctoral Training at UNU-MERIT Contributes to the Community of Scholars in the Economics of Innovation? Downloads
Semih Akçomak, Abraham García and Fernando Santiago
2015-10: Standardization and Governance Dynamics in the Peruvian Alpaca Fibre Value Chain Downloads
Vajk Lukacs de Pereny Martens and Ronald Ramlogan
2015-09: Silicon Savanna? Local Competence Building and International Venture Capital in Low Income Countries. The Emergence of Foreign High-Tech Investments in Kenya Downloads
Daniel Hain and Roman Jurowetzki
2015-08: Relational dynamics in the multi-helices knowledge production system: A new institutionalism perspective Downloads
Thai Thi Minh and Carsten Nico Hjotrsø
2015-07: A systemic innovation policy with an inclusive perspective: The evolution of the Brazilian policy to the pharmaceutical sector Downloads
Jorge Nogueira de Paiva Britto and Marco Antonio Vargas
2015-06: Rural health systems in South Africa: local innovation and potential for social inclusion Downloads
Erika Kraemer Mbula, Lindile Ndabeni and Rasigan Maharajh
2015-05: Sticky Spots on Slippery Slopes: The development of the integrated circuits industry in emerging East Asia Downloads
Yap Xiao Shan and Rajah Rasiah
2015-04: This paper analyzes changes in the firm’s innovative strategy and how this impacts firm’s performance. The methodology is based on a cluster analysis over 800 Argentinean manufacturing firms with information from Argentinean Innovation (1998-2006). The period under analysis includes deep changes in the environment and provides good reasons to expect changes in the firms’ strategic behavior. Results show that some firms did change the strategy but some did not. A set of continuous innovative firms sustained a high-profile innovation-oriented strategy, with high productivity gains. Another group of firms also sustained the strategy, but a non-innovative one. Between these groups, a set of new innovative firms changed their strategy and caught up with investments based on high levels of capabilities, and this also led them to high productivity levels. Finally, a set of sporadic innovative firms show an erratic behavior associated with abandoned innovation investments which were not enough to impact firms’ performance. The preliminary conclusion is that understanding how firms’ strategies change over time is a key matter to understand how innovation impacts performance. This challenges path dependence literature and empirical approaches based on averaged innovation trajectories. Findings show that what the firm did on the past can predict only partially what the firm will do in the future. Therefore, there is not an average innovative behavior but heterogeneous responses which lead to different interactions between innovation and performance Downloads
Diana Suarez
2015-03: Low Carbon Development: The Challenges of Green Energy Innovation Downloads
Frank L. Bartels and Bianca Cravenna
2015-02: Technological learning in MNC subsidiaries operating in regional integration processes: a case study on an automotive company in MERCOSUR Downloads
Martín Obaya
2014-01: A Green and Socially Equitable Direction for the ICT Paradigm Downloads
Carlota Perez
2012-01: Innovation Systems and Development: the use of the IS framework along the first ten years of the Globelics conference Downloads
José Eduardo Cassiolato, Marcelo Pessoa de Matos, Helena Lastres and Israel Marcellino
2010-03: The development of aerospace clusters in Mexico Downloads
Javier Martínez Romero
2010-02: Interrupted Innovation: Innovation System Dynamics in Latecomer Aerospace Industries Downloads
Daniel Vertesy and Adam Szirmai
2010-01: Learning through the International Joint Venture: Lessons from the Experience of China’s Automotive Sector Downloads
Kyung-Min Nam
2008-03: A policy model to foster coevolutionary processes of science, technology and innovation: the Mexican case Downloads
Gabriela Dutrénit, Martín Puchet Anyul, Luis Sanz-Menendez, Morris Teubal and Alexandre O. Vera-Cruz
2008-02: Discussing innovation and development: Converging points between the Latin American school and the Innovation Systems perspective? Downloads
José E. Cassiolato and Helena M. M. Lastres
2008-01: A Vision for Latin America: A resource-based strategy for technological dynamism and social inclusion Downloads
Carlota Perez
2007-07: Catching Up: What are the critical factors for success? Downloads
Jan Fagerberg and Martin Srholec
2007-06: Cambios Estructurales y Ciclos de Destruccion y Creacion de Capacidades Productivas y Technologicas en América Latina Downloads
Jorge Katz
2007-05: Social inequality, technology and economic growth Downloads
Chris Freeman
2007-04: Policies and Institutional Engineering in Developing Economies Downloads
Mario Cimoli, Giovanni Dosi, Richard Nelson and Joseph Stiglitz
2007-03: Institutions, ”Social Technologies”, and Economic Progress Downloads
Richard Nelson
2007-02: Economic Development from the Perspective of Evolutionary Economic Theory Downloads
Richard Nelson
2007-01: Innovation System Research – Where it came from and where it might go Downloads
Bengt-Åke Lundvall
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