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Title: Inovațiile deschise în contextul dezvoltării ecosistemului antreprenorial
Authors: Maier, Lidia
Keywords: innovation
open innovation
Rrepublic of Moldova
small and medium-sized enterprises
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Artifex
Citation: MAIER, Lidia. Inovațiile deschise în contextul dezvoltării ecosistemului antreprenorial. In : Experience. Knowledge. Contemporary Challenges “Implications of the social-economic and ecological Paradigm on the power reports and global Governance”: international symposium, 9 th edition, 15th -16th December, 2021. Artifex University of Bucharest. Bucharest, 2021, pp. 191-210. ISBN 978-606-8716-62-6.
Abstract: The crisis, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, has created major problems for the economy and society, its impact being felt very deeply at the level of small and medium enterprises. In order to overcome these problems, survive and remain competitive, SMEs need to develop innovative thinking, to combine efforts and resources to ensure the continuous financing of innovation, to create partnerships and to interact with various actors in the ecosystem in which they operate. So the crisis, being unprecedented and unintentionally, has created a challenging environment for businesses to invest in innovation as a response to the crisis. In the current situation, companies agree to work with anyone, including their competitors, to explore immediate and practical solutions to the problems caused by COVID-19. This paper provides an overview of what open innovation is and in what consists the rationale and effectiveness of open innovation, including in overcoming the crisis. Attempts have also been made to analyze some statistics and the country's position in the international rankings in order to understand the extent to which Moldovan companies adopt possible open innovation principles and use external sources in the innovation process to improve their innovation performance.
Description: Referinţe bibliografice: pp. 208-210 (18 titl.). JEL Classification: O11, O30, O31, O32.
ISBN: 978-606-8716-62-6
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