Innovation Analysis and Game Theory: A Review
Baniak, Andrzej, Dubina, Igor, Innovation : Management, Policy & Practice
In this paper we review game theory and innovation related papers published in the period of 1985-2010. We divide our review into three levels of innovation games: 1) intra-organizational games, which are played within the firm and main players are an innovator, a project manager and/or resource administrator; 2) inter-organizational games, where main players are a firm and its competitors, partners and customers; 3) meta-organizational games, where main players are a social planner and an innovative entrepreneur. Compared with the previous periods, one can observe a significant increase in the number of papers which use game theory models to analyze the innovation processes. Moreover, …
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Publication information: Article title: Innovation Analysis and Game Theory: A Review. Contributors: Baniak, Andrzej - Author, Dubina, Igor - Author. Journal title: Innovation : Management, Policy & Practice. Volume: 14. Issue: 2 Publication date: June 2012. Page number: 178+. © eContent Management Pty Ltd Apr 2010. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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