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Economics and Management of Innovations 223231-P
Konwersatorium (KON) Semestr zimowy 2020/21

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Liczba godzin: 15
Limit miejsc: (brak limitu)
Zaliczenie: Zaliczenie
Zakres tematów:

Module I: Innovation systems in the world economy.

1. The concept of innovation, its types and models and innovativeness of the economy; measurement methods.

2. The concept of national innovation system (NIS) and its main elements.

Module I: Innovation systems in the world economy.

3. Methods of evaluation and criteria for comparing innovation systems.

4. Models of national innovation systems in contemporary world economy; taxonomies of NIS.

Module I: Innovation systems in the world economy.

5. The characteristic of market model of national innovation system: examples of USA, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia.

6. Innovativeness of EU countries: comparison of Scandinavian countries, the United Kingdom, Germany and France.

Module I: Innovation systems in the world economy.

7. National innovation systems in Japan and selected Asian countries.

8. National innovation system in Poland: strengths and weaknesses.

Module I: Innovation systems in the world economy.

9. Innovativeness as a driver of the competitiveness of the economy: selected countries analysis.

10. Concepts of innovation policy: comparison of different countries experiences.

Module II: Regional and sectorial dimensions of innovation.

1. Regional aspects of innovation. The role of proximity and interactions in the processes of knowledge spill-overs and diffusion of innovation.

2. Theories focusing on innovation in the regional context: concepts of growth poles, innovative milieu, learning regions and 3T model of Richard Florida. Social capital and start-ups as drivers of regional innovation.

Module II: Regional and sectorial dimensions of innovation.

3. Measuring and interpreting regional innovation performance. Innovation as a driver of regional competitiveness.

4. Regional institutional infrastructure supporting innovation performance, e.g. science and technology parks, centres for technology transfer or technological incubators.

Module II: Regional and sectorial dimensions of innovation.

5. The concept of regional and metropolitan systems of innovation.

6. The increasing recognition of sectorial systems of innovation. The characteristics of innovation process in selected industries.

Module II: Regional and sectorial dimensions of innovation.

7. Analysing the level of innovativeness of selected sectors.

8. Clusters as elements of regional and sectorial systems of innovation.

Module II: Regional and sectorial dimensions of innovation.

9. Regional innovation in the global context. External sources of innovation: the role of technology transfer.

10. Regional innovation policy and Regional Innovation Strategies (RIS). The concept of smart specialization according to the strategy "Europe 2020".

Module III: Innovation management in a firm.

1. Resource-based determinants of innovation (firm's dynamic capability, absorptive capacity); measurement of firm's innovation performance.

2. Influence of mega-trends (international demand trends, silver economy, social networking, CSR/sustainable development) on firm's innovativeness. Influence of business environment on firm's propensity to innovate.

Module III: Innovation management in a firm.

3. Innovation strategies of firms (innovation leader- and imitator strategies; radical vs. incremental innovation dilemma).

4. Sources of innovative ideas/solutions; open innovation - determinants and effects; intellectual property protection.

Module III: Innovation management in a firm.

5. Knowledge transfer in firm innovation process; cooperation with external partners in innovation projects: an international perspective.

6.New product development and launch process.

Module III: Innovation management in a firm.

7. Complementarity and substitutability of product-, process-, marketing- and organizational innovations.

8. Success- and failure factors in firm innovation projects.

Module III: Innovation management in a firm.

9. Financing innovation projects. Feasibility studies of innovation projects.

10. Input, output and behavioural additionality of R&D public support: a firm perspective.

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1 każdy poniedziałek, 17:10 - 17:55, sala Aula II
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