Department of Business Development and Technology

Maria-Theresa Norn

The Open Innovation in Science research field: a collaborative conceptualisation approach

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  • Susanne Beck, Copenhagen Business School, Open Innovation in Science Center
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  • Carsten Bergenholtz
  • Marcel Bogers, University of Copenhagen, University of California Berkeley
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  • Tiare-Maria Brasseur, Copenhagen Business School, Open Innovation in Science Center
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  • Marie Louise Conradsen
  • Diletta Di Marco , Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Andreas Philipp Distel, Erasmus University
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  • Leonhard Dobusch , University of Innsbruck, Austria
  • Daniel Dörler, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria
  • Agnes Effert, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Open Innovation in Science Center, Austria
  • Benedikt Fecher, University of Innsbruck, Germany
  • Despoina Filiou, The Open University, UK , United Kingdom
  • Lars Frederiksen
  • Thomas Gillier, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
  • Christoph Grimpe, Copenhagen Business School
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  • Marc Gruber, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
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  • Carolin Haeussler, University of Passau, Germany
  • Florian Heigl, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria
  • Karin Hoisl, Copenhagen Business School, Open Innovation in Science Center
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  • Katie Hyslop, Open Innovation in Science Center, Austria
  • Olga Kokshagina, RMIT University (RMIT AU) Australia, Australia
  • Marcel LaFlamme, Copenhagen Business School, Open Innovation in Science Center, Denmark
  • Cornelia Lawson, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  • Hila Lifshitz-Assaf, Stern School of Business, New York University, United States, United States
  • Wolfgang Lukas, Independent Researcher, Austria
  • Markus Nordberg, CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Switzerland
  • Maria-Theresa Larsen
  • Marion Pötz, Copenhagen Business School, Open Innovation in Science Center
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  • Marisa Ponti, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Gernot Pruschak, University of Vienna, Austria
  • Laia Pujol Priego, Ramon Llull University, Spain
  • Agnieszka Radziwon
  • Janet Frances Rafner
  • Gergana Petrova Romanova, University of Copenhagen
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  • Alexander Ruser, University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway, Norway
  • Henry Sauermann, ESMT European School of Management and Technology, Germany
  • Sonali Shah , University of Illinois, United States
  • Jacob Sherson
  • Julia Suess-Reyes, Copenhagen Business School, Open Innovation in Science Center, Denmark
  • Christopher L. Tucci, Imperial College, London
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  • Philipp Tuertscher, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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  • Jane Bjørn Vedel, Copenhagen Business School
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  • Theresa Velden, German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies DZHW, Germany
  • Roberto Verganti, Politecnico di Milano, Stockholm School of Economics
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  • Jonathan Wareham, Ramon Llull University
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  • Andrea Wiggins, University of Nebraska, United States
  • Sunny Mosangzi Xu, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Openness and collaboration in scientific research are attracting increasing attention from scholars and practitioners alike. However, a common understanding of these phenomena is hindered by disciplinary boundaries and disconnected research streams. We link dispersed knowledge on Open Innovation, Open Science, and related concepts such as Responsible Research and Innovation by proposing a unifying Open Innovation in Science (OIS) Research Framework. This framework captures the antecedents, contingencies, and consequences of open and collaborative practices along the entire process of generating and disseminating scientific insights and translating them into innovation. Moreover, it elucidates individual-, team-, organisation-, field-, and society‐level factors shaping OIS practices. To conceptualise the framework, we employed a collaborative approach involving 47 scholars from multiple disciplines, highlighting both tensions and commonalities between existing approaches. The OIS Research Framework thus serves as a basis for future research, informs policy discussions, and provides guidance to scientists and practitioners.
Original languageEnglish
JournalIndustry and Innovation
Number of pages50
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 2020

    Research areas

  • Open Innovation in Science, Openness, Collaboration in science, Open Science, Interdisciplinary research, SPIN-OFFS, ACADEMIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP, collaboration in science, TEAM COMPOSITION, TRIPLE-HELIX, UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY-TRANSFER, interdisciplinary research, OPEN ACCESS, INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH, PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT, openness, TRANSFER OFFICES, GENDER-DIFFERENCES

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