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Effect of being a startup on the relationship between cooperation breadth and innovation performance. Note: Graphic readjusted to the scale

Effect of being a startup on the relationship between cooperation breadth and innovation performance. Note: Graphic readjusted to the scale

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Growth, success and survival depend on the capability of the firms to innovate and network continuously. The purpose of this book chapter is to explore the impact of open innovation in the start-up firm growth. SMEs are capable to develop innovation, but not many of them are able to manage the whole innovation process. This implies the need for col...

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... test it, β 5 has to be significant and negative (Haans et al. 2016). In Model III, we observe that the coefficient for the interaction between cooperation breadth square and startups is significant and negative (β ¼ À0.083, p < 0.01), confirming our Hypothesis 1. Figure 1 shows how the curve is steeped when the firm is a startup. We can also observe that the curve for startups is higher than that for non-startups. ...
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... more recent research on innovation system framework has come up with the fifth helix. Figure 1 ...
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... explained above, removing other variables implies that the interactive effect of independent variables has led to the neutralization of the effect of this variable. Figure 1 shows an overview of the causal relationships between the primary variables of open innovation that affects the discovery and exploitation of opportunities. ...
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... the most influential study on this subject, to date, is the one by LS. 4 This is evidenced by the rapid diffusion of the breadth and depth concepts that the study popularised as well as the extensive forward citations (Fig. 1). In fact, as of April, 2014, LS has been cited more than 1700 on Google Scholar (an average of roughly 20 citations every month), more than 500 times in CrossRef and over 650 times in Scopus. Based on a sample of UK manufacturing firms, the study showed that using multiple external sources has an inverted U-shaped relationship with ...
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... were organized and coded with qualitative data analysis software (MAXQDA), which helped to identify, explore, sort and edit concepts as well as categories in different stages of coding (open, axial, selective) ( Corbin and Strauss 2008;Strauss and Corbin 1996). Figure 1 shows an overview of the research process and the different steps of analysis. The process is a circular procedure that I repeated until the analysis reached the point of saturation, and I had thoroughly explored the (2008) 94 I. Haase relationships between categories. ...
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... following Fig. 1 describes Open innovation, and the parties involved in it. This is an open business model, which combines internal and external ideas, as well as paths to market in order to advance technologies ...