Socio-economic modes of innovation

Socio-economic modes of innovation
No 57, 2018/3 - 230 pages

Behaviors, tools or institutions of control, incentive or measurement of innovation emanate from different modes or socio-economic bases of the environment in which individuals and organizations act. This issue of Innovations, Journal of Innovation Economics & Management has a central section devoted to dialogue between innovation, entrepreneurship and gender: a panel of articles that covers a palpable diversity in terms of methodologies, perspectives and fields of study. In addition, the authors of this issue discuss the adaptation of management tools to institutions with operating standards of the social and solidarity economy, the effect of the quality of institutions on the capicity to innovate, the ability to invent and the different uses of patents in and between organizations, and finally the creation of databases to measure the accumulation of physical capital.


Pages 215 to 223
Pages 225 to 230