Determinants of open innovation adoption in public organizations: A systematic review
Publication typeJournal article with impact factor
JournalPublic Management Review
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AbstractThis article presents a synthesizing framework of the determinants of open innovation adoption in public organizations. We examine the fragmented literature and integrate earlier results. To provide a theoretical foundation to our understanding of open innovation adoption, we categorize determinants identified in the literature based on three theoretical perspectives on organizations: transaction cost theory, resource-based theory, and institutional theory. Our study finds that a resource-based rationale is dominant in the literature. Considerations regarding transaction costs and institutional pressures have received less attention. We end the article with suggestions for future research.
KeywordAdoption, Open Innovation, Collaborative Innovation, Determinants, Systematic Literature Review, Resource-based View, Competitive Advantage, Co-Creation, Governance, Assimilation, Barriers
Knowledge Domain/IndustryInnovation Management