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Urbane Innovationssysteme: Das Innovationsnetzwerk in Jena

  • Uwe CantnerEmail author
  • Holger Graf
  • Andreas Meder
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Zusammenfassung

Der Beitrag verfolgt mit Methoden der Netzwerkforschung die These, dass nicht nur die räumliche, sondern auch die soziale Nähe der Akteure eines Innovationssystems dem Aufbau von Beziehungen und dem Austausch von Wissen in kollektiven Innovationsprozessen förderlich ist. Hierbei repräsentieren die Knoten eines spezifischen Innovatoren-Netzwerks die jeweiligen Anmelder von Patenten, die als Innovatoren gewertet werden. Verbindungen zwischen Innovatoren entstehen durch Erfinder, die für mehrere Innovatoren tätig sind: es entwickelt sich ein soziales Netzwerk. Indem der Beitrag dies, beruhend auf Patentdaten von 1995 bis 2001, auf das urbane Innovationssystem Jenas anwendet, versucht er, die soziale Akteursdynamik von Innovationssystemen nachzuvollziehen. Es zeigen sich Tendenzen zunehmender Vernetzung und Spezialisierung, die sich an den Kernkompetenzen des urbanen Innovationssystems orientieren. Die Verdichtung von Innovationsprozessen im lokalen Raum generiert eine kritische Masse an Innovationserfolgen, die für die weitere Entwicklung des Innovationssystems entscheidend sind.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Friedrich-Schiller-Universität JenaJenaDeutschland

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