Collaborative Research Project Networks

Knowledge Transfer at the Fuzzy Front End of Innovation

Our findings indicate that the network's relational characteristics (tie strength) and structural characteristics (network range) are important determinants of knowledge transfer at the fuzzy front end of innovation.
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