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By Mark Dodgson


Mark Dodgson
Technology and Innovation Management Centre
University of Queensland Business School, St Lucia QLD

Welcome to Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice (ISSN 1447-9338), the new manifestation of R&D Enterprise: Asia Pacific (ISSN 1440-1266). This triple issue volume spans 2002.

R&D Enterprise: Asia Pacific has expanded its title and scope beyond R&D to all aspects of the innovation processes in local and global organizations.

Under the editorship of Professor Mark Dodgson, Director of the Technology and Innovation Management Centre at the University of Queensland, Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice is an international, peer reviewed journal for the prompt publication of original research, literature and book reviews, methodological advances, policy analyses, case studies, education & training approaches, practice reports, conference reports, strategy, tactical, finance and compliance tips, booklists, news, product and calendar items across all fields of innovation, such as:

  • Research management and commercialization
  • Process and product innovation and diffusion
  • Technology strategy, collaboration and competition
  • Cross-cultural management and innovation
  • Technology transfer and innovation support organizations
  • Team building and team management
  • Managing creativity and creative teams
  • Government innovation policy and regulation for innovation
  • Managing intellectual property
  • Managing virtual teams and environments for innovation
  • Managing organizational learning, knowledge and change

Table of Contents

EDITORIAL: Transition to Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice from r&D Enterprise: Asia Pacific - Mark Dodgson


E-government: Transformations in modes of rule? - Paul Henman and Mitchell Dean

Innovation in small and medium sized enterprises: The case of e-commerce adoption in the UK - Elizabeth Daniel, Hugh Wilson and Andrew Myers

Innovativeness in small firms: An exploratory study of the perspectives of growth oriented owner-managers -Tim Mazzarol

Biotech branding: Victoria's plan to cash in on the 'Biotechnology Revolution' - Helen Ratcliff

Clusters policy: A future strategy for Australia - Lisa McPherson

BOOK LIST - Contributed by Peter Cebon


The determinants of foreign pharmaceutical firms' FDI entry mode choices

between joint venture and sole venture into China - Fuming Jiang, Chris

Christodoulou and Ho-Ching Wei

National culture and organizational behavior of Malaysian and Japanese firms - Lrong Lim

Team diversity and creativity - Masaharu Yano

The influence of Chinese American cultural values on workplace communication, innovation, and teamwork - André M. Everett,

Challenging the Chinese Managerial Paradigm: Global relations over-ride the traditional market model - Georgina Murray and Kate Hutchings


Competing in the innovation pentathlon - Keith Goffin and Rolf Pfeiffer

Sources of ideas and knowledge for innovatory small companies: Disaggregation of Australian and Eurostat CIS2 innovation survey data: Public research sources analysed by industry sector and enterprise size - John Yencken and Murray Gillin

Bridging the gap between knowledge generation and technology development - Ian Lawrence and Ivor Bryan

The nexus of value chain integration and e-business applications on public sector agriculture R&D management - Judy Matthews, Art Shulman, Arnold Wissemann, Paul Steffens and Andrew Wollin

Diffusion of Internet technologies among high technology small firms (HTSFs) in Australia - Girija Krishnaswamy

Managing intellectual property in the public sector - Paul Steffens, Art Shulman, Drew Wollin and Michael Waterhouse


Software creativity: Why and how? - Winnie Wong and John Paynter

The relationship between firm survival and innovation: An introduction to the literature (review) - Carol Dalglish and Caroline Newton

The Fifth Discipline in a highly disciplined Singapore: Innovative Learning Organisations and national culture - Kala S. Retna

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