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Title:Distributed innovation processes (DIPs) and the dynamics of knowledge tradability PDF Logo
Authors:Gee, Sally
Issue Date:2010
Series/Report no.:Manchester Business School working paper 595
Abstract:This paper draws on two extensive case studies to explore how the co-production and exchange of knowledge is organised during innovative activity. In the empirical cases multiple, transient innovation systems emerge, and self organise, around a particular problem. The emergence and evolution of these innovation systems involves the mutual intrapenetration of market and non-market forms of exchange. The cases suggest that economic markets and knowledge acquisition networks are not alternative forms of economic organisation but are co-dependent and mutually embedded.
Subjects:markets
networks
evolution
innovation
systems
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:Manchester Business School Working Paper Series, The University of Manchester

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