Knowledge intensive business services

organizational forms and national institutions

Publisher: E. Elgar Pub. in Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, Mass., USA

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Subjects:

  • Knowledge management.,
  • Technological innovations.,
  • Service industries.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementMarcela Miozzo and Damian Grimshaw (editors)
ContributionsMiozzo, Marcela, 1963-, Grimshaw, Damian.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD30.2 .K63655 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3426057M
ISBN 101845422368
LC Control Number2005049717

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Together with an original introduction by the editors, the 43 seminal papers in this book address the key focuses of the subject, including the theories, nature and measurement of innovation in services, and other concerns, such as the role of knowledge intensive business services (KIBS) in client innovation.

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This book focuses on the development of Knowledge Intensive Business Services (KIBS) and the associated market characteristics and organisational forms. It brings together reputed scholars from a mix of disciplines to explore the nature and evolution of a range of Knowledge Intensive Business Services.

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This framework is used to make an analysis of the role played by knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) in innovation. KIBS are seen to function as facilitator, carrier or source of innovation, Cited by:   The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Knowledge-Intensive Business Services: Geography and Innovation by David Doloreux, Mark Freel, Richard Shearmur, Peter Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

Thank you for your : David Doloreux. Knowledgeintensive business services (KIBS) are private actors, specialising in producing, Knowledge intensive business services book and selling specialized knowledge; they are often seen as a driving force for innovation and as bridges within innovation by: 4.

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Knowledge Intensive Business Services (commonly known as KIBS) are services and business operations heavily reliant on professional knowledge. They are mainly concerned with providing knowledge-intensive support for the business processes of other organizations.

Over the last decade, there has been an increasing amount of research on knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) and innovation. This book brings together current thinking on this subject from geographic and territorial : Mark Freel.

Moreover, companies specialised in providing knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) have proliferated and become an important part of the modern economy. Despite the relevance of the KIBS sector for the economy, and although such a business sector confers cumulative advantage to those locations in which KIBS companies are concentrated Cited by: 2.

The economic importance of the Knowledge Intensive Business Services (KIBS) sector is increasing as its direct share of production grows, and as it increasingly provides knowledge inputs to firms in other sectors within more open innovation strategies.

This chapter considers the implications for regional : Jonathan Potter, Cristina Martinez-Fernandez. In a knowledge-based economy, the development of a particular type of services, knowledge intensive business services (KIBS), becomes one of the characteristic trends in economic evolution.

Current research focuses mainly on service innovation in developed countries, but little consideration is given to the situation in developing countries. Provides an updated view of knowledge management strategies of knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) by focusing on how those firms manage innovation in their value chains and at the territorial level.

Offers an original analysis of key processes of KIBS, specializing in design, professional firms and information technology. Innovation Interactions Between Knowledge-Intensive Business Services And Small And Medium-Sized Enterprises An Analysis in Terms of Evolution, Knowledge and Territories.

Authors: Muller, Emmanuel Free PreviewBrand: Physica-Verlag Heidelberg. Knowledge Intensive Business Services or KIBS are defined as customized and innovative business services. In this chapter, we argue that not only innovation and customization are complementary in KIBS, but also that replication via standard and modular services determines a KIBS firm’s performance.

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Based on firms in Datastream, the sampling frame is the list of UK and US publicly traded knowledge-intensive services firms in the telecommunications, IT services, R&D services, engineering services, financial services, market research, business and management consultancy, and legal services sectors (US SIC codes: 48, 60, 62, 63, 67 Author: Hsing-fen Lee, Marcela Miozzo.

KIBS in the sectoral knowledge domain of the automotive industry in Baden-Württemberg Some conclusions 4 How Knowledge-Intensive Business Services Upgrade their Customers: Evidence from Russia Marina E.

Doroshenko Introduction Data and methodology KIBS production and co-production in Russia 85Author: Roberto Grandinetti. Over the last decade, there has been an increasing amount of research on knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) and innovation.

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Knowledge-Intensive Business Services (KIBS) are seen to be a core sector of the so-called ‘knowledge economy’, and already play an important role in developed economies. The KIBS providers are both innovate themselves and provide their clients with knowledge and learning opportunities.

Hipp, C, J Gallego and L Rubalcaba [] Shaping innovation in European knowledge-intensive business services. Service Business, 9(1), 41– Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar; Jacobs, W, HR Koster and F Van Oort [] Co-agglomeration of knowledge-intensive business services and multinational : Cui Zhang.

Downloadable. This ground-breaking book offers a coherent theoretical analysis of contemporary industrial knowledge flow dynamics. Furthermore, it advances wide-ranging and varied empirical findings from international comparative research which demonstrate that knowledge cross-pollination, often from industrially unrelated business sectors, is now commonplace in the.

Knowledge-intensive business services, or KIBS for short, represent one of the fastest growing areas of the European economy. The first of three articles in the Sector Futures series on this sector sets out by defining KIBS, which involves distinguishing them from other forms of services and knowledge-intensive activities.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction: knowledge intensive business services and regional competitiveness: an overview / João J. Ferreira, Mário Raposo, Cristina Fernandes and Marcus Dejardin --KIBS and industrial dynamics --Knowledge intensive business services.

1. Introduction. Knowledge intensive business services (KIBS) are of profound importance in contemporary developed economies (World Bank, ).They contribute toward customer organizations' smooth functioning and growth, are one of the major employers of a skilled and educated workforce, and act as a key source of innovation (Muller and Doloreux,Cited by: 3.Get this from a library!

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