Technological innovation : generating economic results (2nd edition) /

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Edition:Second edition.
Imprint:Bingley, UK : Emerald Group Publishing Limited : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016.
Description:1 online resource.
Series:Advances in the study of entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth ; volume 26
Advances in the study of entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic growth ; volume 26.
Subject:Technological innovations -- Economic aspects.
New products.
Intellectual property.
Business enterprises -- Finance.
Strategic planning.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Reference.
Business enterprises -- Finance.
Intellectual property.
New products.
Strategic planning.
Technological innovations -- Economic aspects.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
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Other authors / contributors:Thursby, Marie, editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 12, 2016).
Summary:This is the 2nd edition of Technological Innovation. Profiting from technological innovation requires scientific and engineering expertise, and an understanding of how business and legal factors facilitate commercialization. This volume presents a multidisciplinary view of issues in technology commercialization and entrepreneurship.
Other form:Print version: 9781786352378
Table of Contents:
  • Front Cover; Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results (2nd Edition); Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Introduction; Section I: The Fundamentals of Technology Commercialization; Chapter 1 Appropriability Strategies to Capture Value from Innovation; Introduction; Appropriability Regime and Complementary Assets: The Teece Framework; Interaction between Appropriability Regime and Complementary Assets; Appropriability Regime, Complementary Assets, and Commercialization Strategies; Profiting from Innovation: Empirical Evidence.
  • Degree of Appropriability and Inter-Industry Differences: Empirical EvidenceQuantifying the Returns Provided by Patent Strategies; The Two Faces of Appropriability: Protection versus Incentives; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 2 Identifying and Evaluating Market Opportunities; Introduction; What is a "Market"?; Innovation, Technology, and Markets; Technology Push and Market Pull; New/Familiar Technologies and New/Familiar Markets; From Breakthroughs to Sustaining Innovation; Recognizing Opportunities; Evaluating Ideas; Market Analysis.
  • The Five Forces that Drive Industry ProfitabilityPolitical, Economic, Social, Technological (PEST) Analysis; Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT); Case Studies; FloMera; Syzygy; Conclusion; Notes; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 3 The Benefits and Liabilities of Multidisciplinary Commercialization Teams: How Professional Composition and Social Networks Influence Team Processes; Introduction; Team Composition; Professional Composition; Social Composition: Informal Ties outside the Team; Team Processes; Conflict; Identification.
  • Cohesion: Informal Network Ties within the TeamCommunication
  • Task-Focused Interaction; Conclusion; References; Section II: Legal and Regulatory Environments; Chapter 4 Introduction to Legal Means for Protecting Intellectual Property; Introduction; What is Intellectual Property?; Patents; Advantages and Disadvantages of Patents; International Considerations for Patents; Patents in the United States; Patents in Europe; Patents in Japan; Copyrights; Advantages and Disadvantages of Copyrights; International Considerations for Copyrights; Copyrights in the United States; Copyrights in Europe.
  • Copyrights in JapanTrademarks; Advantages and Disadvantages of Trademarks; International Considerations for Trademarks; Trademarks in the United States; Trademarks in Europe; Trademarks in Japan; Trade Secrets; Advantages and Disadvantages of Trade Secrets; International Considerations for Trade Secrets; Trade Secrets in the United States; Trade Secrets in Europe; Trade Secrets in Japan; Designs; Advantages and Disadvantages of Design Protection; International Considerations for Designs; Designs in the United States; Designs in Europe; Designs in Japan.