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|Title:||Measuring the adoption of innovation: A typology of EU countries based on the innovation survey|
|Authors:||AUTANT-BERNARD Corinne; CHALAYE Sylvie; MANCA FABIO; MORENO Rosina; SURIÑACH Jordi|
|Citation:||INNOVATION-THE EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH vol. Vol. 23 no. No. 3 p. 199-222|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Based on the Community Innovation Survey, this paper suggests new indicators of innovation adoption. The magnitude of innovation adoption is assessed for 22 EU countries and different industries. The most striking feature is the correlation between the innovation activities and the adoption rate. Countries with strong R&D and human resources and high innovation output exhibit the highest adoption rates. This supports the idea that innovation adoption requires an absorption capability. In addition, the specificities of each country regarding the prevailing types of innovation and adoption (product or process, cooperation-based adoption or internal adoption) allow us to draw a typology of the EU countries, for which a specific geographical pattern is observed.|
|JRC Institute:||Growth and Innovation|
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