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Open Innovation in Global Networks

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To match the global demand and supply of innovation, businesses increasingly internationalise their innovation activities while opening their innovation process by collaborating with external partners (e.g., suppliers, customers, universities). This book examines what drives these global innovation networks across different industries, how they are related to companies' overall strategies, whether they are accessible for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and what the consequences are.

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Policy Implications

Chapter 4 discusses the policy implications of global and open innovation for national and regional innovation systems. The impact on different domains of innovation is discussed, with examples of how countries are responding to the changing innovation environment. 

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