Conceptualizing the innovation process: issues and problems

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    Anonymous
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    Dear colleagues, hello! 

    In April 2013 I’ve published a working paper on innovation process modeling (Maxim Kotsemir, Dirk Meissner “Conceptualizing the innovation process – trends and outlook”, Higher School of Economics Basic Research Program Working papers, Series: Science, Technology and Innovation, № WP BRP 10/STI/2013 ).

    It is available in SSRN for free download: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2249782

    The other my paper is on evolution of understanding and definition of innovation (Maxim Kotsemir, Alexander Abroskin, Dirk Meissner “Innovation concepts and typology – an evolutionary discussion“, Series: Science, Technology and Innovation, WP BRP 05/STI/2013) 

    Available for free download  from http://ssrn.com/abstract=2221299

    Some very basic questions came to my attention:
    1) Is it possible to conceptualize innovation process at all?
    2) What is the current trend in Innovation models development?
    3) Can we really see the simplification on innovation models in term of their scope?
    4) Can we really see now the birth of new generation of innovation process models?

    What are your views on these issues?

    All other my papers you can download for free from 

    http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=1989392 

    #1388
    Saleh Ali
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    Is it possible to conceptualize innovation process at all?

    very interesting indeed!

    Well, I think: no. But little understanding does help.

    So, every conceptual paper represents one  way of explaining the innovation.

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