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КОНЦЕПЦИЯ ОТКРЫТЫХ ИННОВАЦИЙ: ПОНЯТИЕ, ИНСТРУМЕНТЫ И ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТЬ ИХ ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ

https://doi.org/10.17747/2618-947X-2019-4-396-409

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В работе на основе анализа статей в международных журналах рассматривается проблематика развития теории открытых инноваций и условий и факторов эффективности применения ее инструментов.  В работе структурированы исследования теории открытых инноваций: связь между открытыми инновациями и другими теориями в управлении, внедрение парадигмы открытых инноваций в различных отраслях промышленности, влияние принятия теории открытых инноваций на бизнес, критика теории открытых инноваций, исследования, изучающие теорию открытых инноваций, проводимые в России. Кроме того, эта работа посвящена наиболее цитируемым публикациям наиболее цитируемых ученых и другим исследованиям последних двух-трех лет. Мы объединяем библиографический анализ всех работ по этой теме, опубликованных в базе данных Scopus, с систематическим анализом содержания этого направления исследований, чтобы развить более глубокое понимание предыдущих исследований. Приведены примеры классификации основных моделей в теории открытых инноваций. Сформулированы перспективные направления будущих исследований.

Об авторе

Л. С. Орлова
Финансовый университет при Правительстве Российской Федерации
Россия

Аспирант, ассистент Департамента менеджмента Финансового университета при Правительстве Российской Федерации. Область научных интересов: стратегия инновационного развития промышленных компаний, инструменты открытых инноваций, инновационная деятельность стратегических альянсов.



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Орлова Л.С. КОНЦЕПЦИЯ ОТКРЫТЫХ ИННОВАЦИЙ: ПОНЯТИЕ, ИНСТРУМЕНТЫ И ЭФФЕКТИВНОСТЬ ИХ ПРИМЕНЕНИЯ. Стратегические решения и риск-менеджмент. 2019;10(4):396-409. https://doi.org/10.17747/2618-947X-2019-4-396-409

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Orlova L.S. OPEN INNOVATION THEORY: DEFINITION, INSTRUMENTS, FRAMEWORKS. Strategic decisions and risk management. 2019;10(4):396-409. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.17747/2618-947X-2019-4-396-409

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