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The R&D Management Journal

RADMA along with WileyBlackwell is proprietor of the R&D Management Journal – the journal of research, technology and innovation management (ISSN 0033-6807).  The R&D Management Journal is published in five issues per year. For more information or to submit a paper please visit the Journal’s website

50th Anniversary - All Time Top 10 Cited Articles

  1.  Beyond high tech: early adopters of open innovation in other industries.  Chesbrough, H; Crowther, AK (2006)
  2.  Investigating the not invented here (NIH) syndrome – a look at the performance, tenure and communication patterns of 50 R&D project groups.  Katz, R; Allen, TJ (1982)
  3. Successful industrial innovation – critical factors for the 1990’s.  Rothwell, R (1992)
  4. Open R&D and open innovation: exploring the phenomenon.  Enkel, Ellen; Gassmann, Oliver; Chesbrough, Henry (2009)
  5. The future of open innovation.  Gassmann, Oliver; Enkel, Ellen; Chesbrough, Henry (2010)
  6. Opening up the innovation process: towards an agenda.  Gassmann, O (2006)
  7. Challenges of open innovation: the paradox of firm investment in open-source software.  West, Joel; Gallagher, Scott (2006)
  8. Toolkits for idea competitions: a novel method to integrate users in new product development.  Piller, FT; Walcher, D (2006)
  9. The role of technology in the shift towards open innovation: the case of Procter & Gamble.  Dodgson, M; Gann, D; Salter, A (2006)
  10. The “making” of an entrepreneur: testing a model of entrepreneurial intent among engineering students at MIT.  Luthje, C; Franke, N (2003)

Source: WileyBlackwell.

Most Downloaded Articles of 2018 on Wiley Online Library

  1.  The future of open innovation.  Gasssmann, O et al
  2. Open R&D and open innovation: exploring the phenomenon.  Enkel, E. et al
  3. Business model innovation – state of the art and future challenges for the field.  Spieth, P. et al
  4. Beyond high tech: early adopters of open innovation in other industries.  Chesbrough, H & Crowther, D
  5. Decision making for business model development: a process study of effectuation and causation in new technology-based ventures.  Reymen, I et al
  6. The “making” of an entrepreneur: testing a model of entrepreneurial intent among engineering students at MIT.  Luthjie, C and Franke, I
  7. Measuring business model innovation: conceptualisation, scale development and proof of performance.  Clauss, T
  8. A systematic literature review of university technology transfer from a quadruple helix perspective: toward a research agenda.  Miller, K. et al
  9. The ecosystem as helix: an exploratory theory-building study of regional co-opetitive entrepreneural ecosystems as Quadruple/Quintuple Helix Innovation Models.  Carayannis, E. et al
  10. Green innovation in technology and innotation management – an exploratory literature review.  Schiederig, T. et al