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Social Networks and Knowledge Spillovers

Networked Knowledge Workers and Localised Knowledge Spillovers

by Franz Huber

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  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology - General,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9077937M
    ISBN 103631556314
    ISBN 109783631556313

    Downloadable (with restrictions)! A large literature has used patent data to measure knowledge spillovers across inventions but has not explicitly considered the collaboration networks formed by inventors as a mechanism for shaping these knowledge flows. Using a recently developed methodology, we examine the incidence and nature of knowledge flows mediated by the collaboration networks of Author: Shani Cohen, Neil Gandal. We posit that since institutions and labor networks vary by region, there should be regional variations in the localization of spillovers. We investigate the relationship between the mobility of major patent holders and the localization of technological knowledge through the analysis of patent citations of important semiconductor by:

    Direct and indirect knowledge spillovers: the “social network” of open-source projects Chaim Fershtman∗ and Neil Gandal∗∗ Knowledge spillovers are a central part of knowledge accumulation. The article focuses on spillovers that occur through the interaction between different researchers or . This investigation tries to elucidate Germany’s innovation networks with Turkish firms using social network analysis (SNA). The study visualizes the existing relations using SNA, which is a method that. uses the terms and taxonomy of social sciences as well making use of mathe - matical terminology and measurement : Sule Gündüz, Mehmet Aldonat Beyzatlar, Yeşim Kuştepeli.

    Direct and Indirect Knowledge Spillovers: The “Social Network” of Open-Source Projects Article (PDF Available) in The RAND Journal of Economics 42(1) March with Reads. Knowledge spillovers are a central part of knowledge accumulation. The paper focuses on spillovers that occur through the interaction between different researchers or developers that collaborate in different research projects. The paper distinguishes between project spillovers and contributors' spillovers and between direct and indirect spillovers.


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Social Networks and Knowledge Spillovers by Franz Huber Download PDF EPUB FB2

Feldman M.P., Langford S.W. () Knowledge Spillovers Informed by Network Theory and Social Network Analysis.

In: Fischer M., Nijkamp P. Social Networks and Knowledge Spillovers book Handbook of. This research explores the utility of using online social network platforms to accelerate knowledge spillovers. The project established a virtual heterarchical social network (VHSN) with targeted ‘Knowledge Clusters’.

Findings validate the efficacy of using online social networks as incubators for cross-cutting by: 4. This book provides an assessment of the evolution and dynamics of regional innovation systems (RISs) and the economic and social impact of resulting knowledge spillovers, presenting comparative case studies on the regions of several Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries (Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania and Estonia).

This paper contributes to the literature by conceptualizing knowledge transfer and connecting it to the social network literature and the spatial dimension of social networks. Charles Kadushin is a veteran in thinking about what social networks do and what they mean. This thoughtful book provides a host of knowledge about how social networks operate in small groups, organizations and throughout society.

Kadushin's ten master ideas distill the essence of social networks."Cited by: social networks than traditional inventors. Social scientists have long recognized the importance of boundary-spanning individuals to diffusing knowledge (e.g., Allen, ; Tushman, ), and recently, several papers have rigorously demonstrated that technological knowledge diffuses primarily through social.

We provide some of the first rigorous evidence on performance spillovers and social network in the workplace. The data we use are rather extraordinary – weekly data for rejection rates (proportion of defective output) for all weavers in a firm during a 12 months (April March ) period, more t observations.

The data identify the contributors who work on each project and thus enable us to construct a two‐mode network: a project network and a contributor network. The article demonstrates that the structure of these networks is associated with project success and that there is a positive association between project closeness centrality and project.

"Knowledge Networks as Channels and Conduits: The Effects of Spillovers in the Boston Biotechnology Community," Organization Science, INFORMS, vol. 15(1), pagesFebruary. Adam B. Jaffe & Manuel Trajtenberg & Rebecca Henderson, This paper examines whether interpersonal networks help explain two widely documented patterns of knowledge diffusion: (1) geographic localization of knowledge flows, and (2) concentration of knowl Cited by: Henning, C.

and Saggau, V. Learning in r-neighborhoods: The impact of network structure on knowledge spillovers and accumulation. Mimeo. Google Scholar; Henning, C.

and Saggau, V. Information networks and knowledge spillovers: Simulations in an agent-based model framework. Knowledge spillovers, social networks, and patent citations Economic theory suggests we should expect social connections to have an effect on productivity via “knowledge spillovers”.

The basic idea is that social connections make it easier for knowledge to travel farther and faster. Spillovers in Networks of User Generated Content Keywords: SocialMedia,Information,Knowledge,Spillovers,Networks,NaturalExperiment JELClassificationNumbers: L17,D62,D85,D29 in sales of the recommended book but also of books adjacent in Amazon’s recommendation network.

The book explains thoroughly and from first (mathematical) principles all the aspects of networks that a researcher needs to know: from structural properties and computer algorithms to network generation models and dynamical processes on networks. After reading this book, all the vast bibliography on networks will become accessible to the by: R&D cooperation and patent citation as knowledge spillover channels.

This study aims to analyse strong and weak ties in knowledge spillover networks. R&D cooperation is used as the proxy variable of strong ties and patent citation used as the proxy variable of weak by: magnitude of localized knowledge spillovers proposed by Jaffe, Trajtenberg and Henderson ().

We use information in patents to control for the mobility of inventors across com - panies and space, as well as for the network ties that such mobility helps establishing. Our. Diaspora Networks, Knowledge Flows, and Brain Drain; Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

“ Knowledge spillovers and local innovation systems: a critical survey,” Industrial and Corporate Change, 10 (4): Cited by: 2. More importantly, we find the indirect effect, such as social learning spillover, where interpersonal communication usually leads to information, knowledge and benefit exchange within the social relations by: 6.

Direct and Indirect Knowledge Spillovers: The 'Social Network' of Open Source Projects. Revised Aug Chaim Fershtman and Neil Gandal # Abstract: Knowledge spillovers are a central part of knowledge accumulation. The paper focuses on spillovers that occur through the interaction between different researchers or.

The knowledge diffusion networks are described by using critical node, core network, and network measures includes identifying key influential players, the knowledge spillover.

Introduction to Social Network Analysis 3 goal.(Foradetaileddiscussionofdifferentcharacteristicsofsocialgroups,see Homans et al., ) However, moving outside the realist concept of social group, a researcher also enjoys the option to impose his or her own definition of the boundary of group membership to identify a group for a study.

This isFile Size: KB.Get this from a library! Social networks and knowledge spillovers: networked knowledge workers and localised knowledge spillovers.

[Franz Huber].Direct and Indirect Knowledge Spillovers: The 'Social Network' of Open Source Projects Revised April 4, Chaim Fershtman and Neil Gandal # Abstract: Knowledge spillovers are a central part of knowledge accumulation.

The paper focuses on spillovers that occur through the interaction between different researchers or.