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Knowledge and Innovation in, to and from Emerging Markets


A systematic review on the relationship between employees and firm innovativeness

This is a report on the systematic literatura review on the studied topic within work package 3.

Communication, dissimination, and outreach report

This report is to specify and summarize all activities in relation with communication, dissemination and outreach activties during the implementation of the Project.

An inductive analysis of employee contribution to firm´s innovative capability

This is a report on the research outcomes from the inductive study within thework package 3.

Interim progress report

This report summarizes activities carried out in this first period in terms of research progress, and any follow -up or adjustment needed.

Insights of cases in advanced and emerging economies

This third report in the WP8 is to qualitatively explore the studied topic comparing emerging economies and advanced economies.

A review on expatriate knowledge transfer to and from emerging markets

This is a report document in the work package 4 to present the literature review results.

Workplace innovation: A cross-country and crosssectoral perspective

This is a report of quanitative analysis based on survey dataset within the work package 3.

Overview of innovation collaborations

This is a literatura review report for the research progress foressen in the work package 2.

A quantitative study on measuring sucess and failure of innovation collaborations

This is a report on the reslt of second stage of empirical studies within the work package 2.

Empirical studies on technolgy and competitiveness across nations

This report is the empirical results of the WP8 in the second stage of research implementation.

Qualitative interviews with different types of expatriate managers

This is a report on the qualitative study results in the work package 4.

Exploring knowledge and technology transfer in an international context

This is a research report on the literature review carried out in the first stage of implementation of WP8.

Seeking for excellence: exploration from successful cases

This is a report on th first stage of empirical studies on selected cases.

KITFEM website

The launch of KITFEM website is a key element for initiating the external communication of the Project and interact with public in general.

Second intermediate workshop

This is a second intermediate workshop after the implementation of research activties in the Project. This workshop serves for communication both internally and externally to general public, to sum up and disseminate the Project progress until the moment.

Final conference

This is the final conference to disseminate the research restult to different audiences: academic, industry, public institution and general public. The aim of this conference is to maximize the outreach influence of the Project.

Final conference proceedings

This is outcome of final conference which shows all programs and activties carried out in the conference.

First intermediate workshop

This is the first workshop after starting research phase of the Project, in order to share the preliminar results if any with general public. Internally it also serves to monitor the progress, exchange knowledge and experience, and suggest posible adjustment if needed. This workshop shares part with general public, and other internally within the consortium.

Kick-off workshop

This deliverable is an organization of kick-off workshop which consists of both internal meeting of consortium members (CO), as well external communication of the launch of the Project.


Employee involvement and participation in SMEs: a synthesis of extant research

Author(s): Sylvia Rohlfer
Published in: Journal of Evolutionary Studies of Business, Issue Vol. 3, No. 1, 2018, Page(s) 112-136, ISSN 2385-7137
Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona
DOI: 10.1344/jesb2018.1.j039

How does culture influence innovation? A systematic literature review

Author(s): Mu Tian, Ping Deng, Yingying Zhang, Maria Paz Salmador
Published in: Management Decision, Issue 56/5, 2018, Page(s) 1088-1107, ISSN 0025-1747
Publisher: Engineering, Chemical & Marine Press Ltd
DOI: 10.1108/MD-05-2017-0462

Institutional incentives and pressures in Chinese manufacturing firms’ innovation

Author(s): Yongli Tang, Xinyue Hu, Claudio Petti, Matthias Thürer
Published in: Management Decision, 2019, ISSN 0025-1747
Publisher: Engineering, Chemical & Marine Press Ltd
DOI: 10.1108/MD-08-2018-0933

The role of absorptive capacity and opportunity capture in latecomer firms’ innovation catch-up

Author(s): Claudio Petti, Yongli Tang, Elisa Barbieri, Lauretta Rubini
Published in: Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 2019, Page(s) 1-13, ISSN 1477-8238
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
DOI: 10.1080/14778238.2019.1638742

Institution-driven innovation in Guangdong firms: Moderating effects of in-house formal R&D and industrial environment turbulence

Author(s): Yongli Tang, Xinyue Hu, Claudio Petti, Matthias Thürer
Published in: Science and Public Policy, 2019, Page(s) 1-13, ISSN 0302-3427
Publisher: Beech Tree Publishing
DOI: 10.1093/scipol/scz058

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