Date of publication: 2017-08-11 02:17
Download abstract: SEWP65 [PDF ] Published in Social Sciences and Innovation, OECD Proceedings Paris: Organisation for Economic Co- operation and Development, 7556, Chapter 66, 655-665.
Elisa Giuliani (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute) & Valeria Arza (Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientí ficas y Té cnicas, Centro de Estudios para la Transformació n)
Ismael Rafols (SPRU, Univ. Sussex and TPAC, Geogia Tech), Patrick van Zwanenberg (SPRU), Molly Morgan (SPRU), Paul Nightingale (SPRU) and Adrian Smith (SPRU)
Gustavo Crespi (IDRC, Canada), Pablo D'Este (INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Spain & SPRU), Roberto Fontana (University of Pavia & Bocconi University) & Aldo Geuna (University of Torino, Italy & SPRU)
A key emerging trend in the globalization of innovation is that an increasing share of R& D is being undertaken in Emerging Markets, especially in India and China. This paper focuses on the involvement EU MNEs in this process. It is based on 77 interviews conducted with managers of R& D centres of 65 EU-based companies located in India and China. These companies are amongst the leading R& D spenders in 8 industries: ICT, Automobiles and Pharmaceuticals.
Isabel Maria Bodas Freitas (Eindhoven Center for Innovation Studies (ECIS), Technische Universiteit Eindhoven) & Michiko Iizuka (UNU-MERIT, Maastricht & SPRU)
Several College of Design research faculty and their work are highlighted in a Research Horizons article looking at Georgia Tech's smart cities initiative.
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Alex Coad (SPRU), Julian S. Frankish (Barclay&rsquo s Bank), Paul Nightingale (SPRU), Richard G. Roberts (Barclay&rsquo s Bank), David J. Storey (Business and Management)