The objective of the present article is to discuss innovation policy issues related to three emerging innovation paradigms: user-driven innovation, open innovation, and value cocreation. It provides a summary of insights based on innovation policy practices and challenges in Denmark. The choice of Danish innovation policy practices is not accidental. In 2008 Denmark implemented 40 different national innovation programs by allocating about 400 million euros. Since the three emerging paradigms have become globally relevant, the discussion of Danish policy development challenges and practices is expected to be insightful for innovation experts from other developed countries that are currently dealing with the adoption of these paradigms.
|Tidsskrift||Technology Innovation Management Review|
|Udgave nummer||November 2011|
|Status||Udgivet - 2011|
Tanev, S., Knudsen, M. P., Bisgaard, T., & Thomsen, M. S. (2011). Innovation Policy Development and the Emergence of New Innovation Paradigms. Technology Innovation Management Review, (November 2011), 14-19. http://timreview.ca/article/496