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Trend of Google Scholar citations to Laursen and Salter (2006) since it first appeared online in 2004. Note: Search string "OPEN FOR INNOVATION THE ROLE OF OPENNESS IN EXPLAINING INNOVATION PERFORMANCE AMONG UK MANUFACTURING FIRMS" ensures that the search returns articles that contain LS in the reference list. Search conducted on September 12, 2014 at 1 pm GMT + 1. The 2014 data is as at this date and the 2006 data was discounted by 1 to remove LS itself. In total, the plot includes 1422 articles

Trend of Google Scholar citations to Laursen and Salter (2006) since it first appeared online in 2004. Note: Search string "OPEN FOR INNOVATION THE ROLE OF OPENNESS IN EXPLAINING INNOVATION PERFORMANCE AMONG UK MANUFACTURING FIRMS" ensures that the search returns articles that contain LS in the reference list. Search conducted on September 12, 2014 at 1 pm GMT + 1. The 2014 data is as at this date and the 2006 data was discounted by 1 to remove LS itself. In total, the plot includes 1422 articles

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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...