European Journal of Innovation Management

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ISSN : 1460-1060
Current Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited (10.1108)
Total articles ≅ 735
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Wen Jun, Muhammad Hamid Nasir, , , Muhammad Yasir, , Syed Hamad Shirazi
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-10-2020-0422

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Haiyan Li
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-12-2020-0511

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Cristina M. Ostermann, Leandro Da Silva Nascimento, Cynthia Mikaela Chemello Faviero Lopes, Guilherme Freitas Camboim,
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-01-2021-0005

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Yuan-Chieh Chang, Wen-Hong Chiu, Jian-Hang Wang, Min-Jun Teng
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-09-2019-0268

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Chenghao Men, Lei Yue, , Bing Liu, Guangwei Li
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-08-2020-0310

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Muhammad Zulfiqar, , Muhammad Usman Yousaf
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-03-2021-0146

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Xiaofeng Su, Weipeng Zeng, Manhua Zheng, Xiaoli Jiang, Wenhe Lin, Anxin Xu
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-10-2020-0431

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Asta Pundziene, ,
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-09-2020-0356

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Purpose Prior research has reported the indirect implications of firm's dynamic capabilities on their competitive firm performance. Our attention now turns to open innovation since it has been confirmed to be an influential factor contributing to the superior performance of technological firms. So far there has been little research on assessing the relationship between a firm's dynamic capabilities as an antecedent of the competitive performance of the firm or investigations into the mediating role of open innovation in this relationship. Design/methodology/approach Drawing on the theory of dynamic capabilities, we developed a framework as a way to better understand the role of open innovation, which could then help to better explain the relationship between firms' dynamics capabilities and their competitive firm performance. Based on the empirical data of 465 firms operating in innovative and non-innovative industries, we employed structural equation modelling (SEM) to examine the research hypotheses and the path relationships in the proposed model. Findings The SEM analysis revealed that a firm's dynamic capabilities significantly impact its open innovation performance and that open innovation, consequently, impacts the competitive performance of the firm. Moreover, the results show that the path between dynamic capabilities and competitive firm performance is partially mediated through open innovation. Practical implications The findings provide practical implications and draw managerial attention to the importance of: (1) investing in innovation, (2) engaging customers in the innovation process and (3) maintaining innovation management excellence as significant antecedent factors in increasing competitive firm performance. Originality/value Considering the lack of empirical research in the literature on the links between dynamic capabilities and open innovation, this paper contributes to the dynamic capabilities and open innovation literature by confirming that open innovation not only mediates the relationship between these two aspects but also strengthens the effect the dynamic capabilities have on competitive firm performance. Besides, due to the significant impact of dynamic capabilities on open innovation, dynamic capabilities might be regarded as an antecedent of open innovation.
Xi Zhong, He Wan, Ge Ren
European Journal of Innovation Management; doi:10.1108/ejim-10-2020-0434

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