Establishing Corporate Innovation Communities

A Social Capital Perspective

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ISBN: 978-3-658-03694-2 (Print) 978-3-658-03695-9 (Online)

Table of contents (27 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIX

  2. Introduction: What is this dissertation about?

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      Pages 1-7

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      Pages 8-10

      Innovation communities and social capital theory

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      Pages 11-11

      The research gap: Limited knowledge on antecedents of social capital

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      Pages 12-15

      Overview of studies

  3. Theoretical background: Open innovation, communities, and social capital

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      Pages 17-17

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      Pages 19-20

      Structure of part II

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      Pages 21-26

      The paradigm of open innovation

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      Pages 27-32

      The central characteristics of corporate innovation communities

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      Pages 33-51

      The relevance of social capital in innovation processes

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      Pages 52-53

      Derivation of research gap and research question

  4. Antecedents of social capital in corporate innovation communities on three levels: A case study approach

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      Pages 55-55

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      Pages 57-59

      Structure of part III

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      Pages 60-62

      General methodological issues

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      Pages 63-69

      Case selection

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      Pages 70-78

      Data collection and analysis

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      Pages 79-122

      Findings on antecedents of corporate innovation community social capital

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      Pages 123-128

      Discussion

  5. Individual level antecedents of social capital in corporate innovation communities: A SEM approach

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      Pages 129-129

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      Pages 131-135

      Structure of part IV

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      Pages 136-160

      Theoretical foundations

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      Pages 161-174

      Model development

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      Pages 175-180

      Empirical field

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      Pages 181-189

      Data analysis approach

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      Pages 190-207

      Measures and measurement validity

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