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The purpose of this paper is to present a fresh approach to stimulate individual creativity. It introduces a mathematical representation for creative ideas, six creativity…
Key licensing technologies for patents based on university– industry collaboration: Patent examiners’ perspectiveShu-Hao Chang
As the university–industry collaboration (UIC) gradually attracts the attention of various national governments, the number of studies on UIC has increased substantially…
Over recent decades, talent agglomeration has emerged as a critical topic for scholars, businesses and government officers. Innovative ability is a core competition for…
Applying innovation attributes to predict purchase intention for the eco-labeled products: A Malaysian case studySahar Hosseinikhah Choshaly
This paper aims to make use of the innovation diffusion theory to predict the purchase intention for eco-labeled products.
Previous work has asserted that the co-innovation process in the music business is composed of four stages, i.e. co-discovery, co-creation, co-delivery and co-capture…
This study aims to test the moderating impact of competition intensity on the relationships between the new product development (NPD) success factors and company success in NPD.
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