2009.01.22 Global Open Innovation

2009.01.22 Global Open Innovation

title : 2009.01.22 Global Open Innovation
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teaser : Governments are faced with new challenges as globalisation and open innovation increasingly impact on the way innovation takes place, on the linkages within innovation systems at national and global level and on the ability to reap benefits from investments in R&D and innovation whether at regional, national or global level. At the same time, the Open Innovation paradigm and the development of global innovation networks can potentially enhance the returns to both private and public R&D investment.

Using a case study approach and empirical analysis, the OECD project on Globalisation and Open Innovation reviewed the trends and drivers behind open innovation and shed light on some of the policy implications for governments, higher education and public research and the business environment. This project drew on the experiences of many companies, including EIRMA members, and also linked closely with similar work by national governments, including by the French Ministry of Research.

This symposium,co-organised by the French Ministry of Research, the OECD and EIRMA, examined the phenomenon of global open innovation from the perspective of France and Europe. The workshop assessed the international variations in open innovation practices. Such variations are important to take into account in order to understand the diffusion of open innovation practices and the policies to promote in order to fulfil the promises of the open innovation paradigm.

Summary proceedings

Summary of Symposium on Global Open Innovation Networks, Mario Cervantes, OECD (147 Kbytes)

The official final report of OECD will be posted here as soon as available. It will also be published on the OECD website at http://www.oecd.org/document/61/0,3343,en_2649_34269_41946749_1_1_1_1,00.html, which also provides copies of all presentations.

EIRMA members can also access the presentations here
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Governments are faced with new challenges as globalisation and open innovation increasingly impact on the way innovation takes place, on the linkages within innovation systems at national and global level and on the ability to reap benefits from investments in R&D and innovation whether at regional, national or global level. At the same time, the Open Innovation paradigm and the development of global innovation networks can potentially enhance the returns to both private and public R&D investment.

Using a case study approach and empirical analysis, the OECD project on Globalisation and Open Innovation reviewed the trends and drivers behind open innovation and shed light on some of the policy implications for governments, higher education and public research and the business environment. This project drew on the experiences of many companies, including EIRMA members, and also linked closely with similar work by national governments, including by the French Ministry of Research.

This symposium,co-organised by the French Ministry of Research, the OECD and EIRMA, examined the phenomenon of global open innovation from the perspective of France and Europe. The workshop assessed the international variations in open innovation practices. Such variations are important to take into account in order to understand the diffusion of open innovation practices and the policies to promote in order to fulfil the promises of the open innovation paradigm.

Summary proceedings

PDF Summary of Symposium on Global Open Innovation Networks, Mario Cervantes, OECD (147 Kbytes)

The official final report of OECD is available on the OECD website at http://www.oecd.org/home.

EIRMA members can also access the presentations here.

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