International Journal of Services Technology and Management, 10 (2-4), 2008 (Special Issue on Knowledge-Intensive Business Services)

[Deutscher Titel: International Journal of Services Technology and Management, 10 (2-4), 2008 (Spezial: Wissensintensive Dienstleistungen) (Text übersetzen: Deutsch)]

International Journal of Services Technology and Management (IJSTM)
Volume 10 – Issue 2/3/4 – 2008

Special Issue on Knowledge-Intensive Business Services (KIBS) (Guest Editors: Associate Professor David Doloreux, Associate Professor Mark Freel and Professor Emmanuel Muller)

Editorial

152 – 174 Knowledge-Intensive Business Services (KIBS) as drivers of multilevel knowledge dynamics
Simone Strambach

175 – 189 Client-oriented multicompetence: the core asset in KIBS
Marja Toivonen, Saara Brax, Tiina Tuominen

190 – 210 The internal differentiation of the KIBS sector: empirical evidence from cluster analysis
Daniel Horgos, Andreas Koch

211 – 234 Managing and organising technical and scientific service firms: a taxonomy and an empirical study
Vittorio Chiesa, Federico Frattini, Raffaella Manzini

235 – 253 Intermediating between the international and local levels: business consultancy and advertising firms and their clients in Finland
Mika Kautonen, Anne Tuhkunen

254 – 272 Are KIBS more than intermediate inputs? An examination into their R&D diffuser role in Europe
Mercedes Rodriguez, Jose A. Camacho

273 – 298 Spatial agglomeration, technology and outsourcing of knowledge-intensive business services: empirical insights from Italy
Roberto Antonietti, Giulio Cainelli

299 – 317 Start-ups and innovation in the Vienna ICT sector: how important is the local cluster?
Franz Todtling, Lukas Lengauer, Michaela Trippl

318 – 329 A comparison of the effects of traditional production factors and sources of innovation on KIBS’ performance: an empirical study of Taiwanese IC design firms
Chun-Yao Tseng, Da Chang Pai

330 – 336 KIBS startups in the Stuttgart region: a surprisingly below-average rate?
Thomas Stahlecker, Emmanuel Muller

337 – 342 KIBS, perceptions and innovation patterns
Andrea Zenker, David Doloreux

343 – 348 Tracking knowledge angels: a research proposal
Emmanuel Muller

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