International Journal of Technology Management, 41 (3/4), 2008 (Special: Future of Knowledge Intensive Industries)

[German title: International Journal of Technology Management, 41 (3/4), 2008 (Sonderausgabe: Zukunft wissensintensiver Branchen)]

Special Issue on Future of Knowledge Intensive Industries: Industry and R&D – Trends and Ways of Organising Them

249 – 272 The knowledge-bridging role of Technical and Scientific Services in knowledge-intensive industries
Davide Chiaroni, Vittorio Chiesa, Alfredo De Massis, Federico Frattini

273 – 290 Knowledge-intensive service activities in software business
Risto Rajala, Mika Westerlund, Arto Rajala, Seppo Leminen

291 – 310 From consortium to e-science: an evolutionary track of organising technology development
Junmo Kim

311 – 335 Managing intellectual property in inter-firm R&D collaborations in knowledge-intensive industries
Martin A. Bader

336 – 358 Determinants of the valuation of intangible assets – a contrast between Taiwanese and American IC design houses
Po-Young Chu, Hsing-Hwa Hsiung, Chi-Hung Huang, Chuan-Yi Yang

359 – 378 Competitive advantage of IT and effects on strategy and structure: knowledge-intensive vs manufacturing industries
Tae Kyung Sung

379 – 406 Network structures and the reproduction of resources for sustainable innovation
Serghei Floricel, Deborah Dougherty, Roger Miller, Mihai Ibanescu

407 – 419 An exit for the IT industry?: Market saturation and the convergence of ubiquitous technology for manufacturing and service sectors
Junmo Kim

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