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Title Revolutionizing innovation : users, communities, and open innovation / Dietmar Harhoff and Karim R. Lakhani, editors.
Imprint Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England : MIT Press, [2016]

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HC79.T4 R496 2016    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  HC79.T4 R496 2016    AVAILABLE  
Subject Technological innovations -- Economic aspects.
Diffusion of innovations.
Research, Industrial.
New products.
Technology -- Social aspects.
Alt Name Harhoff, Dietmar, editor.
Lakhani, Karim R., editor.
Harhoff, Dietmar, editor.
Lakhani, Karim R., editor.
Description xv, 577 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Revolutionizing innovation : fundamentals and new perspectives / Dietmar Harhoff and Karim R. Lakhani -- Fundamentals of user innovation -- Context, capabilities, and incentives - the core and the periphery of user innovation / Dietmar Harhoff -- Cost advantages in innovation - a comparison of users and manufacturers / Christian Lüthje and Christoph Stockstrom -- The empirical scope of user innovation / Jeroen P.J. de Jong -- User innovation and official statistics / Fred Bault -- Manageing communities and contests to innovate with crowds / Karim R. Lakhani -- Knowledge sharing among inventors : some historical perspectives / James Bessen and Alessandro Nuvolari -- Private-collective innovation : the effects of the number of participants and social factors / Georg von Krogh, Helena Garriga, Efe Aksuyek, and Fredrik Hacklin -- On the democratization of innovation through communal organizations / Emmanuelle Fauchart and Dominique Foray -- When von Hippel innovation met the networked environment : recognizing decentralized innovation / Yochai Benkler --
Freedom to tinker / Pamela Samuelson -- Intellectual property at the boundary / Katherine J. Strandburg -- Will innovation thrive without patents? A natural experiment in biotechnology/ Andrew W. Torrance -- When do user-innovators start firms? A theory of user entrepreneurship / Sonali K. Shah and Mary Tripsas -- Users as service-innovators : evidence across healthcare and financial services / Pedro Oliveira and Helena Canh̋ão -- Technique innovation / Christoph Hienerth -- The power of community brands - how user-generated brands emerge / Johann Füller -- Selling to competitors? Competitive implications of user-manufacturer integration / Joachim Henkel, Annika Stiegler, and Jörn H. Block -- When passion meets profession : how embedded lead users contribute to corporate innovation / Cornelius Herstatt, Tim Schweisfurth, and Christina Raasch -- Exploring why and to what extent lead users share knowledge with producer firms / Christopher Lettl, Stefan Perkmann Berger, and Susanne Roiser -- Crowdsourcing at MUJI / Susumu Ogawa and Hidehiko Nishikawa -- The innovators' tools / Stefan Thomke -- Design toolkits, organizational capabilities, and firm performance / Frank Piller and Fabrizio Salvador -- The value of toolkits for user innovation and design / Nikolaus Franke -- Crowdfunding : evidence on the democratization of start-up funding / Ethan Mollick and Venkat Kuppuswamy.
ISBN 9780262029773 (hard cover : alk. paper)
0262029774 (hard cover : alk. paper)
ISBN/ISSN 40025926454
OCLC # 907512530