Charles Edquist mostly deals with Knowledge management, Systems of innovation, Product innovation, Public economics and Innovation management. His Knowledge management study incorporates themes from Theme and Conceptual framework. His research combines State and Systems of innovation.
Product innovation is a primary field of his research addressed under Marketing. His biological study deals with issues like Public policy, which deal with fields such as Innovation system, Policy mix and Relation. The various areas that he examines in his Innovation management study include Technological change, Technical change, Technological innovation system and Evolutionary economics.
Charles Edquist focuses on Systems of innovation, Industrial organization, Procurement, Innovation system and Knowledge management. His Systems of innovation research includes themes of Public sector and Globalization. His Product innovation study in the realm of Industrial organization connects with subjects such as Perspective and Manufacturing sector.
His Procurement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Operationalization and Process management. His specific area of interest is Knowledge management, where he studies Innovation management. His Innovation management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Innovation economics, Technology policy and Public economics.
His primary areas of study are Procurement, Innovation system, Industrial organization, Order and Knowledge management. His Procurement research integrates issues from Competition, Operationalization and Process management. His research in Innovation system intersects with topics in Productivity, Innovation process, National innovation system and Index.
His study focuses on the intersection of National innovation system and fields such as Economic geography with connections in the field of Dynamics, Technological innovation system, Technical change, Evolutionary economics and Innovation economics. His work in Technological innovation system covers topics such as Technology policy which are related to areas like Management and Technological change. Charles Edquist interconnects Conceptual framework and Entrepreneurship in the investigation of issues within Knowledge management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Procurement, Innovation system, Economic growth, Research policy and Product innovation. His studies in Procurement integrate themes in fields like Operationalization and Process management. His research integrates issues of Interactive Learning, Emerging technologies and Request for proposal in his study of Process management.
His Innovation system research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Policy mix, Corporate governance, Relation and Public policy. His study in Economic growth is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Competence and Education training. Charles Edquist is interested in Innovation management, which is a branch of Marketing.
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Systems of innovation : technologies, institutions and organizations
Social Science Research Network (2013)
Systems of Innovation Approaches – Their Emergence and Characteristics
The Choice of Innovation Policy Instruments
Susana Borras;Charles Edquist.
The Systems of Innovation Approach and Innovation Policy: An account of the state of the art
Systems of Innovation: Perspectives and Challenges
Oxford Handbook of Innovation; pp 181-208 (2004) (2004)
Innovation and Employment: Process Versus Product Innovation
Charles Edquist;Leif Hommen;Maureen D. McKelvey.
Systems of Innovation : Theory and Policy for the Demand Side
Charles Edquist;Leif Hommen.
Technology in Society (1999)
Innovation Policy - A Systemic Approach
Public Procurement for Innovation as mission-oriented innovation policy
Charles Edquist;Charles Edquist;Jon Mikel Zabala-Iturriagagoitia.
Research Policy (2012)
Design of innovation policy through diagnostic analysis: identification of systemic problems (or failures)
Industrial and Corporate Change (2011)
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