Die Bedeutung von verschiedenen Kooperationspartnern im Innovationsprozess

Chapter

Zusammenfassung

In wissensbasierten Volkswirtschaften spielen Innovationen eine zentrale Rolle. Daher gibt es ein Interesse die Determinanten der Innovationsfähigkeit von Unternehmen und Regionen zu identifizieren. Neben anderen Faktoren wie Unternehmensgröße, Humankapital und Investitionen in Forschung spielen auch Kooperationen im Bereich Forschung und Entwicklung eine zentrale Rolle, da derartige Kooperationsaktivitäten für den Transfer von Wissen, das Teilen von Kosten und Risiken und den Zugang zu qualifizierten Arbeitskräften wichtig sind. Daher geht dieser Beitrag der Frage nach, in wie fern die Innovationsfähigkeit von Unternehmen durch Kooperationsaktivitäten mit Hochschulen und außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen, aber auch mit Kunden, Lieferanten, Beratern und Konkurrenten beeinflusst wird.

Schlüsselwörter

FuE Kooperation Umweltinnovation nicht-technische Innovation Universitäten Forschungsinstitute Kunden Lieferanten Konkurrenten Berater 

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  1. 1.Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung Halle (IWH)HalleDeutschland

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