Companies with more patents are more willing to engage in open innovation 27 Jun 13
A post over at the Innovation Excellence blog has just brought my attention to an interesting study from the UK Innovation Research Centre (UK-IRC). While it is a little dated – having first been published in June 2011 – the report contains some fascinating insights into the important role that patents and other forms of IP protection play in open innovation among British SMEs.
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