1.2.5 Bibliography

Measuring regional innovation - A Guidebook for Conducting Regional Innovation Assessments, 2005

Sven F. Kylen and A.B. (Rami) Shani (2002), Triggering Creativity in Teams: An exploratory investigation, creativity and innovation management.

A more research-intensive and integrated European Research Area; Science, Technology and Competitiveness key figures report 2008/2009, Directorate-General for Research, European Commission, 2009

The Innovation Driven Economic Development Model – A practical guide for the regional innovation broker, Prepared For The Bay Area Council Economic Institute, 2008

Chesbrough, Henry. OPEN INNOVATION: The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology. Harvard Business School Press: 2003.

Gate2Growth. A guide to financing innovation. European Communities 2002 -
Bergemann, Dirk, and Ulrich Hege. 2005. “The Financing of Innovation: Learning and Stopping,” Rand Journal of Economics, forthcoming.

Bond, Stephen, Dietmar Harhoff, and John Van Reenen. 1999. “Investment, R&D, and Financial Constraints in Britain and Germany,” London: Institute of Fiscal Studies Working Paper No. 99/5.

Further reading

The key aspects of the local innovation environment are well described in the Innovation Guide.

Specific information on Intellectual property for example could be found in Chapters 7.1 Intellectual Property Protection Tools (including Non disclosure agreements),  7.2 International Regulations regarding IP, and  7.3 Intellectual Property Management Strategy.

The newly added chapter 11.1 Basics of Innovation Networks and section 11.1.6 Open Innovation Basics and the Local Environment on terms such as Closed and open innovation.

The Gate2Growth - A guide to financing innovation also provides various insights on the various stages of developing and financing innovation. http://www.gate2growth.com/