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Author Laperche, Blandine
Title Enterprise Knowledge Capital
Imprint Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2017
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Note Cover -- Half-Title Page -- Dedication -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Foreword -- Introduction -- 1. The Firm, Knowledge and Capital: Toward the Definition of Knowledge Capital -- 1.1. Innovation: definition, organization and measurement -- 1.1.1. "From vice to virtue": the evolution of the definition for innovation -- 1.1.2. Typology of innovation: the contemporary definition -- 1.1.3. How are innovation activities organized? The innovation are innovation activities organized? The innovation models -- 1.1.4. Measuring innovation -- 1.2. Knowledge capital: definition and roles -- 1.2.1. From scientific and technical knowledge to knowledge capital -- 1.2.2. The productive use of knowledge capital -- 1.3. The theoretical origins of knowledge capital -- 1.3.1. Contemporary theories of the firm and of innovation -- 1.3.2. The contribution of pioneer economists in the definition of knowledge capital -- 2. The Building of the Knowledge Capital -- 2.1. The first forms of knowledge capital and the formation of national innovation systems -- 2.1.1. The science-technology relationship: from opposition to integration -- 2.1.2. The role of the State in the appropriation of scientific and technical information and knowledge -- 2.2. Multi-partner innovation and formation of knowledge capital -- 2.2.1. Network firm and multi-partner innovation -- 2.2.2. The formation of knowledge capital and multi-partner relations: open innovation -- 2.2.3. Public research in the service of knowledge capital -- 3. The Knowledge Capital in Global Networks -- 3.1. The constitution of knowledge capital within global networks -- 3.1.1. From multinational to global production -- 3.1.2. Globalization of R&D and the broadening of the firm's boundaries: the importance of networks -- 3.1.3. Opportunities and limits of R&D globalization
3.2. Intellectual property rights (IPR) and knowledge capital -- 3.2.1. The new roles of intellectual property rights: between incentives, coordination and offensive use -- 3.2.2. The expansion of intellectual property -- Conclusion -- Postface -- Bibliography -- Index -- Other titles from iSTE in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management -- EULA
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Link Print version: Laperche, Blandine Enterprise Knowledge Capital Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2017 9781786302205
Subject Intellectual capital
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