Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of innovation / edited by Jan Fagerberg, David Mowery and Richard Nelson.

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1. Innovation: A Guide to the Literature, Jan Fagerberg
Part I: Innovation in the Making
2. The Innovative Firm, William Lazonick
3. Networks of Innovators, Walter W. Powell and Stine Grodal
4. Innovation Processes, Keith Pavitt
5. Organizational Innovation, Alice Lam
6. Measuring Innovation, Keith Smith
Part II: The Systemic Nature of Innovation
7. Systems of Innovation: Perspectives and Challenges, Charles Edquist
8. Universities in National Innovation Systems, David C. Mowery and Bhaven N. Sampat
9. Finance and Innovation, Mary O'Sullivan
10. Innovation and Intellectual Property Rights, Ove Granstrand
11. The Geography of Innovation, Bjorn Asheim and Meric Gertler
12. Globalization of Innovation: The Role of Multinational Enterprises, Rajneesh Narula and Antonello Zanfei
Part III: How Innovation Differs
13. Innovation Through Time, Kristine Bruland and David C. Mowery
14. Sectoral Systems: How and Why Innovation Differs Across Sectors, Franco Malerba
15. Innovation in 'Low-Tech' Industries, Nick von Tunzelmann and Virginia Acha
16. Innovation in Services, Ian Miles
17. Innovation and Diffusion, Bronwyn Hall
Part IV: Innovation and Performance
19. Innovation and Economic Growth, Bart Verspagen
20. Innovation and Catching-Up, Manuel M. Godhino and Jan Fagerberg
20. Innovation and Competitiveness, John Cantwell
21. Innovation and Employment, Mario Pianta
22. Sciecne, Technology, and Innovation Policy, Bengt-Ake Lundvall and Susana Borras

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Technological innovations.
Creative ability in business.