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Innovation Modes And Strategies In Knowledge Intensive Business Services

A. Asikainen
Published 2015 · Economics

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This study identifies differences in research and development and innovation activities, expenditures, modes and strategies in knowledge intensive business services (KIBS), finance, and manufacturing. By applying descriptive and exploratory statistical methods on firm-level data, it succeeds in constructing distinctive innovation profiles for the sectors. The results indicate differences in the role of international markets for innovation production and in the existence of innovator vs. modifier by sectors. Moreover, the role of KIBS is central in emerging research and innovation systems as they act as knowledge transmitters between markets and science.
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