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Capturing the dynamics of co-production and collaboration in the digital economy

By Lorraine Warren and Ted Fuller

Abstract

In the digital economy, the creative industries revolve\ud around dynamic, innovative and often unorthodox\ud collaborations, whereby numerous large,\ud small and micro-businesses come together for the\ud duration of a project, then disband and form new\ud partnerships for the next project. Research designs\ud must therefore address multiple contexts and levels\ud presenting an analytical challenge to researchers. In\ud this project we extend work that investigates the\ud significance of emergence in theorising entrepreneurship\ud into an exploration of how to articulate the\ud creation and flow of value and effective ontology in\ud a creative landscape

Topics: N100 Business studies, N200 Management studies
Publisher: ISAST / MIT
Year: 2010
DOI identifier: 10.1162/leon.2010.43.2.200
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.lincoln.ac.uk:2741

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