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Franz Huber
University of Southampton
EconomicsGoldilocks principleOpen dataKnowledge managementSocial network
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#1Franz HuberH-Index: 8
#2Thomas Wainwright (RHUL: Royal Holloway, University of London)H-Index: 12
Last. Francesco Rentocchini (University of Southampton)H-Index: 12
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#1Vadim Grinevich (University of Southampton)H-Index: 10
#2Franz Huber (University of Southampton)H-Index: 8
Last. Cagla Yavuz (University of Southampton)H-Index: 2
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The green potential of the sharing economy to exploit underutilised or redundant resources has generated a considerable interest and expectations on the part of government institutions, investors and consumers. Alongside the emerging green logic, more established economic and social logics appear to be critical for growth of sharing platforms. Applying an institutional logics approach, this paper investigates how entrepreneurial teams in the sharing economy deal with this complexity of expectati...
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#1Vadim GrinevichH-Index: 10
#2Franz HuberH-Index: 8
Last. Cagla YavuzH-Index: 2
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The green potential of the sharing economy to exploit underutilised and redundant resources has generated considerable interest and expectations on the part of government institutions, investors and consumers. Alongside the emerging green logic, more established economic and social logics appear to be critical for growth of sharing platforms. Applying an institutional logics approach, this paper argues that it is a key challenge for entrepreneurial teams in the sharing economy to deal with this ...
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The following sections are included:IntroductionManaging Non-technological InnovationManaging Innovation DynamicsManaging Global Systems of InnovationManaging Innovation for Environmental SustainabilityManaging Digital InnovationConclusionReferences
#1Franz HuberH-Index: 8
#2Rune Dahl FitjarH-Index: 14
The chapter reflects on the limitations of the discourse on networks in innovative clusters in light of the author’s own empirical findings and associated research. The conceptual part of the chapter stresses the importance of distinguishing between personal and formal networks, and between stages of network mechanisms. It also stresses the need for conceptual sensitivity towards individualized networks that may go beyond coherent communities. The authors reflect on weaknesses in previous resear...
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#1Rune Dahl Fitjar (University of Stavanger)H-Index: 14
#2Franz HuberH-Index: 8
Last. Andrés Rodríguez-Pose (LSE: London School of Economics and Political Science)H-Index: 15
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This paper analyses how the formation of collaboration networks affects firm-level innovation by applying the ‘Goldilocks principle’. The ‘Goldilocks principle’ of optimal distance in innovation networks postulates that the best firm-level innovation results are achieved when the partners involved in the network are located at the ‘right’ distance, i.e. ‘not too close and not too far’ from one another, across non-geographical proximity dimensions. This principle is tested on a survey of 542 Norw...
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#1Franz HuberH-Index: 8
Last. Thomas WainwrightH-Index: 12
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Among many factors, we conclude it is difficult fully to comprehend the persistent intensity of official UK attachments to nuclear power, without also considering aims to maintain nuclear submarine capabilities. Yet this aspect is entirely undocumented anywhere in UK energy policy literatures. To acknowledge this, is not to entertain a conspiracy theory. It can be understood instead, in terms of more distributed and relational dynamics of power. Building on literatures in political science, we r...
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#1Franz HuberH-Index: 8
#2Charlotte WerndlH-Index: 11
Das Schatzen von freien Parametern von Modellen, um eine bessere Ubereinstimmung mit den Beobachtungen zu erreichen, ist gangige Praxis in den Wissenschaften, wird aber - etwa in den Klimawissenschaften und den Wirtschaftswissenschaften - auch immer wieder kontroversiell diskutiert.
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#1Rune Dahl Fitjar (University of Stavanger)H-Index: 14
#2Franz Huber (University of Stavanger)H-Index: 8
Using data on 418 Norwegian firms, the results confirm the hypotheses that innovative/radically innovative firms tend to be more involved in international personal and formal networks than non-innovative/incrementally innovative ones. While regional and national networks are much more widespread than international ones, they are not significantly positively associated with innovation. International personal networks and international links with suppliers and customers and with universities and r...
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#1Vadim GrinevichH-Index: 10
#2Franz HuberH-Index: 8
Last. Magdalena EderH-Index: 1
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Aimed at academics, private businesses, investors and public sector bodies, this report develops a typology of upscaling models in the sharing economy across three key sectors: accommodation, transportation, and professional and personal services.
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