The innovation issue is addressed with reference to two main approaches, the first of systemic character, the second more focused on the company. From the point of view of the innovation system, we study the different perspectives existing on the topic, the misalignment between the different types of actors, the measures introduced at European community level to support innovation in different sectors. From the business point of view, we investigate the innovation processes implemented in different contexts. Particular attention is devoted to the study of innovation in entrepreneurial contexts and family businesses. In addition, special emphasis is placed on the study of open innovation systems, the use of web 2.0 tools to support innovation and socio-technical systems in general.
- Silvia Massa
- Stefania Testa
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- Appio, F.P., Martini, A., Massa, S. and Testa, S., 2017. Collaborative network of firms: antecedents and state-of-the-art properties. International Journal of Production Research, 55(7), pp.2121-2134