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|Title:||Editorial-managing innovation in emerging economies: An introduction to the special issue||Authors:||Christensen, C.M.
|Issue Date:||Feb-2010||Citation:||Christensen, C.M., Hang, C.-C., Chai, K.-H., Subramanian, A.M. (2010-02). Editorial-managing innovation in emerging economies: An introduction to the special issue. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management 57 (1) : 4-8. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1109/TEM.2009.2036601||Abstract:||The February 2010 special issue of IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management contains several papers on managing innovation in emerging economies. Li's paper on global R&D alliances uses an organizational learning perspective to examine when multinational corporations (MNCs) select universities rather than local firms as partners for R&D alliances in China, a country without a strong intellectual property (IP) regime. Quan and Chesbrough investigate how a multinational corporation has to manage its R&D process in emerging economies with a weak IP regime so that the organization can protect. Bromfield and Barnard examine the evolution of IP strategy of Sasol, a South African industrial chemical firm, starting out as a firm with limited technological expertise and no IP strategy to develop into a firm with proprietary technology. Song et al. examine how a formal process for market information acquisition and usage plays a significant role in the success of new Chinese ventures.||Source Title:||IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/51876||ISSN:||00189391||DOI:||10.1109/TEM.2009.2036601|
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