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Innovation Workers and Firm Performance - The Impact of Individual-Level Knowledge Diversity and Experience


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Title: Innovation Workers and Firm Performance - The Impact of Individual-Level Knowledge Diversity and Experience
Authors: Lindgren, Rasmus
Masek, Philip
Issue Date: 14-Sep-2017
Degree: Master 2-years
Series/Report no.: Master Degree Project
2017:65
Keywords: individual-level functional diversity
innovation production
patent experience
firm performance
knowledge-based view
panel data
regression test
Abstract: A large body of literature has emerged with economists and managers seeking to understand how firms shall utilize their resources to ensure competitive advantage and satisfying performance. Scholars have been attempting to identify which resources are most valuable, and have argued for the vital role played by knowledge in producing innovation and enabling well-performing firms. This stance has been born through the theories of knowledge-based view and has grown to be acknowledged by academi... more
Description: MSc of Innovation and Industrial Management
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/53740
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