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Towards open innovation measurement system – a literature review


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Publication Details
Authors: Podmetina Daria, Fiegenbaum Irina, Teplov Roman, Albats Ekaterina
Publication year: 2014
Language: English
Related Journal or Series Information: LUT Scientific and Expertise Publications : Raportit ja selvitykset - Reports
Title of parent publication: XXV ISPIM Conference - Innovation for Sustainable Economy and Society
ISBN: 978-952-265-590-5
ISSN: 2243-3384
JUFO-Level of this publication: 0
Open Access: Not an Open Access publication

Abstract
Since the beginning of an open innovation era back in 2003, the research of the phenomenon keeps spiking the interest and the publications with the keyword open innovation grow exponentially every year. The multitude of research focused on many details of open innovation, at the same time literature reviews of this research aimed at classifying and structuring this enormous amount of information. Nevertheless, there has been no interest so far in understanding how we should study open innovation to stop going in circles. In order to do so, the analysis of the methods and measures of open innovation to date had to be analysed. This paper represents a structured review of quantitative publications of open innovation and analyses the indicators applied by different researchers in different contexts. By doing so, we contribute to the theory of open innovation and add to the understanding of how it is measured.

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