Inter-organisational network structures and knowledge diffusion through innovation intermediaries
by Leyla A. Gamidullaeva
Global Business and Economics Review (GBER), Vol. 21, No. 6, 2019

Abstract: Today, state authorities in Russia are making significant efforts to increase the level of country's innovation and technological development. Meanwhile, research and development is becoming a global phenomenon implemented on a purely collaborative basis. The purpose of presented research is to find ways of combining the innovation ecosystem concept with the theory of innovation intermediation. The proposed model of a regional innovation ecosystem along with the use of innovation intermediation is capable of providing a system-based approach to innovation processes management and improving its efficiency. The main contribution of the present research into the theory and practice is that it allows to reconsider innovation ecosystem management processes, as well as to provide policy makers with a new effective mechanism of management, having them focused on innovation intermediaries as main control objects.

Online publication date: Tue, 25-Jun-2019

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