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7 R&D Project Selection and Portfolio Management: A Review of the Past, a Description of the Present, and a Sketch of the Future D. Brunner, L. Fleming, A. MacCormack, and D. Zinner 8 Managing the Innovative Performance of Technical Professionals Ralph Katz Part IV Technology Strategy Overview. R & D Management publishes articles which address the interests of both practising managers and academic researchers in R & D and innovation management. Covering the full range of topics in research, development, design and innovation, and related strategic and human resource issues - from exploratory science to commercial exploitation - articles also examine social, economic and. Lecture 1 - The economic impact of technological change and innovation: an historical overview 1. The economics of technological change and Innovation UNUMerit course – Bart Verspagen Eindhoven Center for Innovation Studies (Ecis), Eindhoven University of Technology (former Merit) [email protected] 2. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 79, No. 5 Implementing radical innovation in the business: the role of transition modes in large firms 22 February | R&D Management, Vol. 42, No. 2Cited by:
Call for Papers: Impact of New ICT Technologies and its Applications on Health Service Development and Management Authors can submit their papers any time after 1st June up until February Technological Forecasting and Social Change. Learning patterns in early stage R&D projects: empirical evidence from the fibre raw material technology project in the Netherlands Maryse M. H. Chappin Jan Faber. As noted, a large body of empirical evidence demonstrates that R&D investment has a strong positive impact on profitability. Every technology-based company struggles to keep R&D focus aligned with corporate business strategy. Given the long-term orientation of sustainable development, successful R&D investments may result from a longer time Cited by: This study examines the effect of accounting restatements on corporate innovation strategy. Using a sample of restating firms and propensity-score-matched non-restating firms from to , we find that, after restatements, restating firms experience a greater increase in exploratory innovation and a greater reduction in exploitative innovation compared to non-restating : Ning Jia.
This book presents a detailed overview of the economics and technological change in all its various dimensions. Topics covered include: * Game-theoretic approaches to the modelling of technological change * Finance and technological change * Technological change in internatonal trade The Handbook will be essential reading for students and researchers of the economics of Author: Paul Stoneman. Technological discontinuities pose serious challenges to top managers’ attention. These discontinuities, which often occur at the fringes of an industry, are usually driven by innovative and (often) venture capital-backed start-ups creating new products and transforming existing industries in ways that are difficult for incumbent managers to understand against the backdrop of their existing Cited by: Industrial and Corporate Change is committed to presenting and interpreting corporate organization and change, innovation, industrial structures and dynamics, drawing from a variety of disciplines, including economics, management Highly Cited Articles. Explore the research that is making an impact in this collection of highly cited articles. Research and development (R&D, R+D, or R'n'D), known in Europe as research and technological development (RTD), refers to innovative activities undertaken by corporations or governments in developing new services or products, or improving existing services or products. Research and development constitutes the first stage of development of a potential new service or the production .