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    The Triple Helix, Open Innovation, and the DOI Research Agenda


    Costello, Gabriel J. and Donnellan, Brian and Gleeson, Ivor and Rochford, Colm (2007) The Triple Helix, Open Innovation, and the DOI Research Agenda. In: TDIT 2007: Organizational Dynamics of Technology-Based Innovation: Diversifying the Research Agenda. Springer, pp. 463-468. ISBN 9780387728049

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    Abstract

    This paper examines the implications for research on the diffusion of innovations (DOI) arising from a growing body of literature in two related fields. The first area concerns the debate on the role of regional and national systems of innovation in the innovation process. The second area deals with the argument that enterprises must move from a “closed innovation” to an “open innovation” paradigm. The review is presented in the context of a case study being undertaken in a subsidiary of American Power Conversion (APC) located in the West of Ireland. Based on the preliminary stages of our work, we present a conceptual 3-D model of Rogers’ innovation-decision process and suggest a series of propositions to stimulate future research efforts.

    Item Type: Book Section
    Additional Information: Cite as: Costello G.J., Donnellan B., Gleeson I., Rochford C. (2007) The Triple Helix, Open Innovation, and the DOI Research Agenda. In: McMaster T., Wastell D., Ferneley E., DeGross J.I. (eds) Organizational Dynamics of Technology-Based Innovation: Diversifying the Research Agenda. TDIT 2007. IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, vol 235. Springer, Boston, MA
    Keywords: Innovation Process; Open Innovation; Triple Helix; National System; Triple Helix Model;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > School of Business
    Item ID: 10809
    Identification Number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-72804-9_32
    Depositing User: Prof. Brian Donnellan
    Date Deposited: 23 May 2019 14:25
    Publisher: Springer
    Refereed: Yes
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