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Building Markets for Knowledge Resources: Emerging Pervasive Models of Innovation in Practice

Maria Rosaria Della Peruta
Second University of Naples, Italy

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01 Nov 2016
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
152 pages - 152 x 229mm
Peruta examines emerging pervasive models of innovation and how their nature, effects, and origins are characterized. The book starts with the definition of markets for knowledge resources and analyses the integration of market players (e.g. suppliers, customers, competitors, laboratories and research institute) such as the fundamental prerequisite for promoting the development of the new era of open innovation. 
By focusing on different organizational models and considering both mechanisms pecuniary and non-pecuniary, the book aims to compare the theoretical assumptions and the managerial implications of the emerging open business models with the traditional closed innovation ones. The open business models are characterized essentially by the fact of encouraging innovation as part of the interactive co-creation process outside the boundaries of the firm.
1. Theoretical Studies on the Problematic Issue of “Make or Buy” 2. From Production Systems to Learning Systems: A Question of Efficiency? 3. From the Dilemma of whether to “Make or Buy” to the Choice of “Internal or External Resource Sourcing” 4. Markets for Knowledge Resources and Intellectual Property Debate 5. Beyond Pecuniary Mechanisms: From Markets for Knowledge Resources to Free Revealing 6. Emerging Open Business Models: Toward the Interactive Co-Creation Process Outside the Boundaries of the Firm
Maria Rosaria Della Peruta, Second University of Naples, Naples, Italy

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