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1. Open innovation for SMEs in developing countries - An intermediated communication network model for collaboration beyond obstacles.......................................................................................................................

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2. Model of Thai Small and Medium Sized Enterprises' Organizational Capabilities: Review and Verification 15 3. SMALL BUSINESSES AND INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE ECONOMIC HARD TIME: A GLOBAL STRATEGIC PERSPECTIVE............................................................................................

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Open innovation for SMEs in developing countries - An intermediated communication network model for collaboration beyond obstacles
Author: Vrgovic, Petar; Vidicki, Predrag; Glassman, Brian; Walton, Abram ProQuest document link Abstract: Although there is increasing interest in exploring open innovation in developing countries, the conceptual and potential applications of using open innovation in the small to medium enterprise sector are rarely explored. Since SMEs often have a dominant impact on national economies, their innovative potential should not be neglected. While SMEs in developed countries have learned how to innovate, SMEs in developing countries face a range of obstacles that hinder them from innovating as much as they could. This paper suggests that…...

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