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Karbowski Adam (Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie)
Sieci społeczne i technologiczne - wpływ na proces powstawania innowacji w gospodarce
Social and Technological Networks - Impacts on Innovation Processes in the Economy
Zeszyty Naukowe / Szkoła Główna Handlowa. Kolegium Gospodarki Światowej, 2009, nr 25, s. 143-158, bibliogr. 42 poz.
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Innowacyjność gospodarki, Polityka innowacyjna, Procesy innowacyjne
Innovation economy, Innovation policy, Innovation processes
Autor prześledził proces powstawania innowacji w gospodarce. Pokazał dynamikę strukturalną sieci w procesach innowacyjnych. W artykule znaleźć można również klasyfikację sieci społeczno technologicznych oraz próbę wyjaśnienia ich wpływu na proces powstawania innowacji.

The article analyses the phenomenon of industry-university collaboration in the global economy. The paper is embedded in the open innovation literature, which has been reviewed at the very beginning in order to facilitate an academic level discussion. Special emphasis is put on social and technological networks and its effects on business and economic dynamics. The British Engineering Doctorate Programme is thoroughly examined in the further part of the article. The major benefits for business and academia and the most typical areas of research are presented there. Managerial implications and author's suggestions about possible enhancements of the British model are drawn in the final paragraphs. Special emphasis is put on the degree of model's applicability outside the UK, especially in Poland.(original abstract)
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