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Unpublished Paper
Open Innovation in Development: Integrating Theory and Practice Across Open Science, Open Education, and Open Data
Open AIR Working Paper No 3/17 (2017)
  • Jeremy de Beer
Abstract
This article integrates the concepts of open innovation and open development. It extends the theory of open development beyond the field of information communications technology to address aspects of innovation systems more generally. It applies the concept of openness to innovation in practice across the domains of open science, open education, and open data. Creating a framework that is more integrated in theory and cross-cutting in practice creates new possibilities for interdisciplinary research and policy-relevant insights.
Keywords
  • open innovation,
  • open development,
  • innovation systems,
  • development theory,
  • intellectual property,
  • access to knowledge,
  • open science,
  • open education,
  • open data
Publication Date
2017
Citation Information
Jeremy de Beer. "Open Innovation in Development: Integrating Theory and Practice Across Open Science, Open Education, and Open Data" Open AIR Working Paper No 3/17 (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeremydebeer/76/