Edited by Faïz Gallouj, Luis Rubalcaba and Paul Windrum
This book is devoted to the study of public–private innovation networks in services (ServPPINs). These are a new type of innovation network which have rapidly developed in service economies. ServPPINs are collaborations between public and private service organisations, their objective being the development of new and improved services which encompass both technological and non-technological innovations.
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- Public–Private Innovation Networks in Services
- Chapter 1: Public–private innovation networks in services (ServPPINs)
- Chapter 2: How public–private innovation networks in services (ServPPINs) differ from other innovation networks: what lessons for theory?
- Chapter 3: The place of ServPPINs in the range of public–private collaboration arrangements for services provision
- Chapter 4: Multi-agent framework for understanding the success and failure of ServPPINs
- Chapter 5: A life cycle-based taxonomy of innovation networks – with a focus on public–private collaboration
- Chapter 6: Patterns of public–private collaboration for innovation in Europe
- Chapter 7: Intellectual property and university–industry technology transfer
- Chapter 8: An institutional analysis of innovation in healthcare services
- Chapter 9: The co-production of health innovations
- Chapter 10: Collaboration and trust in a public–private innovation network: a case study of an emerging innovation model
- Chapter 11: Public–private partnerships in hospital innovation: what lessons for hospital management?
- Chapter 12: Effects of institutions on the integration of end-users’ knowledge in ServPPINs: lessons from two case studies in agro-environmental knowledge-intensive services
- Chapter 13: Weak institutional framework as incentive for service innovation networks: focus on knowledge-intensive business services
- Chapter 14: Public–private innovation networks in services: the crucial role of entrepreneurial fit
- Chapter 15: ServPPINs as instruments for realizing system innovations: two case studies in passenger transport in Austria
- Chapter 16: From market and systemic failures to an integrative approach for ServPPINs
- Chapter 17: Policy developments and measures for enhancing ServPPINs dynamics
- Chapter 18: Conclusions and agenda for future research
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