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Facing unprecedented challenges and opportunities ahead in the knowledge economy, managing knowledge has been a priority for many organisations. Knowledge Management (KM) emerges and has quickly gained weight in research both from information systems perspective and management sciences. An amply...
Our contribution to the expanding literature on the globalization of research andinnovation is to investigate the extent to which sector-specific developments in anemerging technology (such as increasing interdisciplinarity and complexity) affectinventive activities developed abroad. We look at...
The innovation activities of foreign subsidiaries have been identified as an important source of competitive advantage for multinational corporations. The success of these engagements depends heavily on tapping host country pools of localized expertise. To achieve this foreign subsidiaries have...
This paper examines the relationship between the internationalisation of firms in services and their innovation performance. We use firm-level data over the period 2004-2006 and estimate an augmented structural model to account for the role of foreign direct investment and exporting on the...
Our contribution to the expanding literature on the globalization of research and innovation is to investigate the extent to which sector-specific developments in an emerging technology (such as increasing interdisciplinarity and complexity) affect inventive activities developed abroad. We look...
This study focuses on the early stages of international innovation activities, i.e. theorganizational processes through which promising ideas from around the globe are collectedand evaluated. We ask: What characteristics make foreign knowledge interesting to domesticR&D managers? We envision...