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|Title: ||Modelling of International Transfer of Good Practices of Innovation Management Under Conditions of European Integration|
|Authors: ||Peyravi, Bahman|
|Issue Date: ||2017|
|Publisher: ||VGTU leidykla „Technika“|
|Citation: ||Peyravi, B. 2017. Modelling of International Transfer of Good Practices of Innovation Management Under Conditions of European Integration: doctoral dissertation. Vilnius: Technika, 126 p.|
|Abstract: ||This dissertation analyses the innovation needs of candidate and possible candidate countries of European Union, as well as the good practices and progressive experience of Central-East European countries in order to trans-fer their experiences in innovation management based on its development and needs, opportunities and prospects of capacity and capability improvement. The aim of the thesis is to create an international transfer model of good practices in innovation management which is relevant to the con-temporary needs of candidate and possible candidate countries of European Union, based on explored practices of innovation management in Central-East European countries in order to develop innovation infrastructure and activities in candidate and possible candidate countries with researched factors that influence the transfer process of good practice and progressive experiences.
An original system of indicators for characterization, a technique for multi-criteria assessment of innovation needs in candidate and possible candidate countries, and good practices and progressive experiences of the Central-East European countries are presented in this dissertation. This dissertation, consists of an introduction, three chapters, general conclusions, references, list of author’s scientific publications and annexes. The introduction presents the research problem, the importance of the thesis and its scientific novelty. It reveals the object of the research and describes the goals of the paper, as well as its research methodology and practical significance.
The review of scientific literature is performed in Chapter 1, together with the opportunities and need for international transfer of good practices in innovation management in candidate and possible candidate countries of the European Union in order to prompt integration and accession process. This is done by analyzing scientific literature in the field of innovation, innovation management and public innovation support regarding enlargement conditions of the European Union.
Chapter 2 presents theoretical model and methods applicable for quantitative assessment of the good practices and progressive experiences of Central-East European countries in innovation management, as well as the needs of innovation in candidate and possible candidate countries that are generalized and considered as international transfer model of good practices in innovation management.
The practical application of the proposed model is presented in Chapter 3. The performed empirical research confirms the practical applicability of the international transfer model of good practices in innovation management and reveals perspectives and limitations for its use.
7 scientific papers focusing on the subject of the discussed dissertation have been published, 10 presentations, 3 of which were at international conferences were given.|
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