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. - Ansell , J. - Harrison , T. ( 2014 ): Governance and Accountability of Public Risk . Financial Accountability and Management 30 , No. 3 : 342 – 361 . Audit Commission ( 2007 ): Seeing the Light. Innovation

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. Eggleston , K. ( 2016 ): Innovation, Shortage, and the Economics of Health Care Systems . In: Hámori , B. – Rosta , M. (eds): Constraints and Driving Forces in Economic Systems: Studies in Honour of János Kornai . Cambridge Scholars

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environmental harm must be a crucial socio-economic task ( Wanjala et al. 2023 ), and regarding any sustainability perspectives, for example limits to growth, new opportunities of the green economy, or systems level shift, “it is clear that change – innovation

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1 Introduction For an innovative organization, it is important to have a cultural background that supports development and change. Multiple research supports the notion that to be successful in innovation, one has to establish an appropriate

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. These characteristics are precisely conducive to the so-called entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and innovation, which many researchers have found to influence the internationalisation of the firm ( Denicolai 2015 ; Ratten et al. 2017 ; Modgil et al

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Agrell , A., Gustafson , R. (1994) The Team Climate Inventory (TCI) and group innovation: A psychometric test on a Swedish sample of work groups. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 67

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Acs, J. Z. (2000): Regional Innovation, Knowledge and Global Change. London — New York: Pinter Publishers. Regional Innovation, Knowledge and Global Change

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Innovation research builds on the analysis of micro level data describing innovative behaviour of individual firms. One increasingly popular type of data are Literature-based Innovation Output (LBIO) data. These are compiled by screening specialist trade journals for new-product announcements. Notwithstanding the substantial advantages, the eligibility of LBIO data for innovation research remains controversial. In this paper the merits of LBIO data are examined by means of comparative analysis. A newly built LBIO database is systematically compared with the widely used Community Innovation Survey. It shows that both databases identify similar innovators in terms of firm size, distribution across industries and degree of innovativeness: LBIO data can be considered a fully fledged alternative to traditional innovation data, highly eligible for innovation research.

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Alio, R. (2005): Interview with Henry Chesbrough: Innovating Innovation. Strategy & Leadership , 33(1): 1–6. Alio R. Interview with Henry

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the clubs' overspending on players with questionable results shown over the last ten years. Our research aimed to explore whether and how ongoing digital innovations in the club-level operations may substantiate a prospective change in the business

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