Open Innovation, SMEs and Regional Development: Evidence from the UK

Dylan Jones-Evans, Aineias Gkikas, Martin Rhisiart, Niall MacKenzie

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    This paper seeks to contribute to the literature on open innovation via the development of an index of open innovation that is much more complete than earlier work and allows the examination of open innovation across a variety of dimensions. The analysis is conducted using Community Innovation Survey (CIS) data for UK regions. The UK regions fall into four performance groups. The first group of open innovation leaders includes firms located in the regions of South East England, East England, and Wales, with innovation performance well above that of the UK average. The second group of open innovation followers includes firms located in the regions of East Midlands, West Midlands, South West England, and North East England, with an open innovation performance close to that of the UK average. The third group of moderate open innovators includes firms located in the regions of Northern Ireland and Yorkshire and The Humber. The final group of modest open innovators includes firms located in the regions of London and Scotland.
    Iaith wreiddiolSaesneg
    TeitlThe Proceedings of The XXVII ISPIM Conference 2016 Porto, Portugal - 19-22 June 2016
    CyhoeddwrInternational Society for Professional Innovation Management
    Nifer y tudalennau23
    ISBN (Argraffiad)978-952-265-929-3
    StatwsCyhoeddwyd - 19 Meh 2016
    DigwyddiadThe XXVVII IPIM Innovation Conference: Blending Tomorrow's Innovation Vintage - Porto, Portiwgal
    Hyd: 19 Meh 201622 Meh 2016

    Cynhadledd

    CynhadleddThe XXVVII IPIM Innovation Conference
    Gwlad/TiriogaethPortiwgal
    DinasPorto
    Cyfnod19/06/1622/06/16

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