definition of "open innovation"


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Chesbrough2003open cited in West2006does **pp. 5

\item licencing technology depend on the firm's IP strategy
\item business model consistent with both the valie of the IP and the innovator's position in the value network ChesbroughRosenbloom2002role.

BaldwinVonHippel2011modeling

An innovation is “open” in our terminology when all information related to the innovation is a public good— nonrivalrous and nonexcludable.
This usage is closely related to the meaning of open in the terms “open source software” (Raymond1999Cathedral) and “open science” (Partha and David 1994).

Partha, D., & David, P. A. (1994). Toward a new economics of science. Research policy, 23(5), 487-521.

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Rosenbloom1996engines
@book{Rosenbloom1996engines,
 title={Engines of innovation: US industrial research at the end of an era},
 author={Rosenbloom, R.S. and Spencer, W.J.},
 year={1996},
 publisher={Harvard Business Press}
}

@book{Rosenbloom1996engines,
 title={Engines of innovation: US industrial research at the end of an era},
 author={Rosenbloom, R.S. and Spencer, W.J.},
 year={1996},
 publisher={Harvard Business Press},
 note ={(西村 吉雄 訳,
中央研究所の時代の終焉 - 研究開発の未来,
日経BP社 (1998))}