Learning At The Boundaries In An “Open Regional Innovation System”: A Focus On Firms’ Innovation Strategies In The Emilia Romagna Life Science Industry

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fiorenza belussi; silvia rita sedita; alessia sammarra; (2010)
  • Subject: life science sector, learning at the boundaries, Regional Innovation Systems, networks, open innovation model
    • jel: jel:L7 | jel:O31

The paper investigates the existence of an Open Regional Innovation System (ORIS model). This model is characterised by the firms’ adoption of an open innovation strategy, which overcomes not only the boundaries of the firms but also the boundaries of the region. Using ... View more
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