Biowebspin, September 26th, 2016 Selling science 2.0: What scientific projects receive crowdfunding online? by Mike S. Schäfer, Julia Metag, Jessica Feustle and Livia Herzog in Public understanding of science, 2016 Crowdfunding has emerged as an additional source for financing research in recent years. The study at hand identifies and tests explanatory factors influencing the success of scienti... »
Archives September 2016 - Biowebspin
Frugal innovation, sustainable innovation, reverse innovation: why do they look alike? Why are they different?
Biowebspin, September 21th, 2016 Frugal innovation, sustainable innovation, reverse innovation: why do they look alike? Why are they different? by Christian Le Bas in Journal of Innovation Economics & Management, 2016 This paper is about three types of innovation that are emerging in the landscape of innovation studies: frugal innovation (FI), sustainable innovation (SI) and reverse innovati... »
Biowebspin, September 19th, 2016 Leveraging Industry-Academia Collaborations in Adaptive Biomedical Innovation by S. R. Stewart, P. W. Barone, A. Bellisario, C. L. Cooney, P. A. Sharp, A. J. Sinskey, S. Natesan, S. L. Springs, in Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics, 2016 Despite the rapid pace of biomedical innovation, R&D productivity in the pharmaceutical industry has not improved broad... »
Biowebspin, September 12th, 2016 Using transaction cost economics to explain open innovation in start-ups by Ching-Tang Hsieh, Hao-Chen Huang, Wei-Long Lee, in Management Decision, 2016 Purpose The basic concept of transaction cost theory is that firms like to conduct transactions in a channel with lower transaction costs. Therefore, this work uses the transaction cost perspective to identify wh... »
Biowebspin, September 5th, 2016 Implicit patent alliance acquiring the appropriability of innovation by Yoshimasa Goto, Kiminori Gemba, in International Journal of Technology Management, 2016 This paper proposes an innovation management scheme, an 'implicit patent alliance', to support the appropriability of innovation. A case study on inkjet printer companies is conducted to examine its potenti... »
Biowebspin, September 1st, 2016 From open innovation to enginomics: Paradigm shifts by Sam Saguy, Petros S. Taoukis, in Trends in Food Science & Technology, 2016 Food engineering is at a crossroads. Inertia, combined with diminishing research funding, declining new academic positions, combined with disruptive and emerging competitive adjacent domains have a heavy toll on the field and its at... »