By Leon Mann, Janet Chan
Creation : creativity and innovation / Janet Chan and Leon Mann -- nationwide innovation structures and creativity / Jonathan West -- Innovation and creativity in and the provider sectors / Jane Marceau -- area, position and innovation / Jane Marceau -- old methods to creativity and innovation / Simon Ville -- financial ways to realizing and selling innovation / Joshua Gans -- Creativity and innovation: a criminal viewpoint / Andrew Christie -- selling creativity and innovation via legislations / Brian Fitzgerald -- in the direction of a sociology of creativity / Janet Chan -- Social psychology of creativity and innovation / Leon Mann -- Creativity and innovation administration : play's the object / Mark Dodgson -- Inducing and disciplining creativity in firms less than escalating complexity / Jonathan West -- Creativity and innovation : a tutorial point of view / Erica McWilliam -- The psychology of creativity and its academic results / John Sweller and Leon Mann -- Creativity meets innovation : interpreting relationships and pathways / Leon Mann -- Creativity and innovation : rules and coverage implications / Leon Mann
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These institutions go beyond factor and product markets—essentially the determinants of price—to include political and social institutions; labour training and employment norms; laws governing fi nancial markets and taxation; education; patent law; publicly sponsored research; as well as culture, history and values (North 1990). In essence, a national innovation system performs three vital social functions: it mobilises and allocates resources, it determines the appropriation and allocation of returns, and it manages the risk needed to undertake technological advances.
Komiya, eds. 1994. Business enterprise in Japan: Views of leading Japanese economists. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Lazonick, William, and Jonathan West. 1998. “Organizational integration and competitive advantage: Explaining strategy and performance in American industry”. In Technology, organization, and competitiveness: Perspectives on industrial and corporate change, ed. Giovanni Dosi, David J. Teece and Josef Chytry, 247–80. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Lynn, Leonard, Henry Piehler and M. Kieler.
An innovation system must therefore be understood as creating supply of science as well as supporting demand for science. The vehicles for sciencebased innovation are existing companies looking for new products and solutions as well as new companies created to commercialise discoveries. The balance between existing and new companies in this equation varies by industry, field of science and country. But in every field of science, innovation depends on experimentation (West and Iansiti 2003). Once problems have been identified and defi ned, whether on the supply side by engineers or scientists or on the demand side by marketers, a set of potential solution options must be offered, and a strategy to test the options must be developed so as to eliminate those that are too costly or have an unacceptably low probability of success.