According to the need of cultivating creative talents and the regular pattern of innovative activities,a comprehensive university student base for innovation practice was constructed,an educational system of creative education and practice was built up,and therefore to deepen the reformation of higher engineering education.
The college society activities are good for the harmonious educational programs and teaching in colleges,good for the innovative activities and creative educating purposes,good for the development of the harmonious campus,and good for shaping the active,open and harmonious campus culture.
The financial innovation is the setting-up of a new production function of the financial field,it made a start in the fifties and the sixties of the 20th century,and there are many innovative activities in business,institutional framework,system of western financial industry.
According to the management of technology innovation activity from abroad and home, the successful analyses of innovation pattern for choice and combination with the reality of the enterprises of science and technology, the author approaches this type of enterprises from the adjustment of the organism, choice of suitable pattern for innovation, establishment of technology innovation system and the corresponding operating system in order to provide some views for technology innovation in the enterprise of science and technology under the condition of market economy.
The knowledge dealt with by every busyness layers was analyzed and concluded starting from the main innovative activity in the corporation——new product development activity. The design knowledge management and the mutual function of each stage in the development of new product were discussed.
A comparative study is made and a quantitative estimate of the level of innovation activities in industrial production and the degree of innovation shifts in the technological structure of manufacturing in Russia and Ukraine is given.
This paper investigates the effects of EMAS on environmental product-related innovation activities in German firms.
In this paper we attempt to provide empirical evidence on the phenomenon of cluster agglomeration of innovation activities throughout time and space in European regions.
The innovation activities of Israeli firms in Israel are found to be much more locationally sensitive than that of Irish companies.
According to the global and local indicators of spatial association there are clear signs of spatial correlation in the distribution of innovation activities.
The case studies and the survey show a positive impact of EMAS not only on environmental processes and organisational innovation, but also on product-related innovative activities.
In addition, the paper shows that the concentration of innovative activities, the emergence of new innovators and technological co-operation positively affect ITS.
This paper examines irreversible decisions on innovative activities where it takes time to complete an R>amp;amp;D project.
Innovative activities of a learning organisation are influenced by three main factors: (1) internal learning; (2) external learning; and (3) the innovation strategies decided upon by the enterprise management.
In order to cope with students' convictionbased on empirical experience only and to create a need for deductiveexplanations, we developed a collection of innovative activities intended tocause surprise and uncertainty.
(3) Innovation processes may nevertheless be regarded as regional phenomena in regional clusters, as regional resources and collaborative networks often have decisive significance for firms' innovation activity.
Similarly, we find that innovation activity for large firms responds to a different market activity than does innovation for small firms.
Among the main results, it is shown that specialisation in innovative activity is positively and significantly influenced by specialisation in production activity.
This study examines the relationship between the ownership and control structures of a company and its innovative activity.
This paper analyses the Schumpeterian link between innovative activity and firm size by means of the nonparametric Nadaraya-Watson estimator and of the partially linear approach by Speckman.
Including an additional parametric component into the estimations based on the French data contributes considerably to the explanation of innovative activity without affecting the U-shaped link between innovation and firm size.
Comparing the parametric estimates and nonparametric estimates allows us to see that there exists a nonlinear relationship in innovative activity and sales.