His scientific interests lie mostly in Marketing, Service innovation, Industrial organization, Tertiary sector of the economy and Service economy. His Marketing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Internationalization and Economic geography. Service innovation is closely attributed to Innovation management in his research.
His Industrial organization study incorporates themes from Innovation process, Industrialization of services business model and Intellectual property. His research in Tertiary sector of the economy intersects with topics in Order, Service, Human resources and Diversity. His work deals with themes such as Industrialisation, Goods and services, Emerging technologies and Interdependence, which intersect with Service economy.
Futures studies, Knowledge management, Service, Service innovation and Public relations are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Futures studies study are interwoven with issues in Economic growth, Regional science, Futures contract and Management science. His Knowledge management research includes themes of Production and Service.
His Service study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tertiary sector of the economy and Grand Challenges. His studies in Service innovation integrate themes in fields like Service design, Open innovation, Industrial organization, Innovation management and Process. Knowledge economy and Economic system are commonly linked in his work.
His primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Futures studies, Service innovation, Service and Marketing. He has included themes like Service, Coproduction, Intellectual property and Value in his Knowledge management study. Ian Miles combines subjects such as Stakeholder, Public relations, Strategic planning, Futures contract and Set with his study of Futures studies.
Ian Miles interconnects Service design, Industrial organization, Product innovation, Open innovation and Process in the investigation of issues within Service innovation. His study looks at the intersection of Service and topics like Variety with Innovation process, Position and Economic sector. His Product and Tertiary sector of the economy investigations are all subjects of Marketing research.
Ian Miles spends much of his time researching Service innovation, Knowledge management, Futures studies, Service and Marketing. His research integrates issues of Service design, Product innovation, Mainstream, Open innovation and Tertiary sector of the economy in his study of Service innovation. His Tertiary sector of the economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Product and Human resources.
His Knowledge management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Scenario analysis, Stakeholder, Originality, Corporate governance and Futures contract. Ian Miles has researched Futures studies in several fields, including Management science, Strategic planning, Interdependence, Diffusion of innovations and Interconnectedness. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Order, Industrial organization and Sample.
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Knowledge intensive business services: prospects and policies
Innovation in Services
Research Papers in Economics (1995)
Knowledge-intensive business services: Users, carriers and sources of innovation
Ian Miles;Nikos Kastrinos;Rob Bilderbeek;Pim den Hertog.
Brussels, Belgium: European Commission; 1995. (1998)
Innovation, Measurement and Services: the new problematique
Rod Coombs;Ian Miles.
In: Dordrecht: Kluwer; 2000. p. 83-102. (2000)
Innovation and Skills
Linda Macaulay;Claire Moxham;Barbara Jones;Ian Miles.
Services in the new industrial economy
Patterns of innovation in service industries
Ibm Systems Journal (2008)
Technology futures analysis: Toward integration of the field and new methods
A.L. Porter;B. Ashton;G. Clar;J.F. Coates.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2004)
SERVICES INNOVATION: COMING OF AGE IN THE KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY
International Journal of Innovation Management (2000)
The Handbook of Technology Foresight - Concepts and Practice
Luke Georghiou;Jennifer Cassingena Harper;Michael Keenan;Ian Douglas Miles.
Edward Elgar Publishing (2008)
Technological Forecasting and Social Change
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