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Research Policy

(The TQCC of Research Policy is 45. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-03-01 to 2023-03-01.)
Inter-firm R&D partnerships: an overview of major trends and patterns since 19601015
The paradox of openness: Appropriability, external search and collaboration573
The digital transformation of innovation and entrepreneurship: Progress, challenges and key themes504
Access to finance for innovative SMEs since the financial crisis272
Towards a typology of intermediaries in sustainability transitions: A systematic review and a research agenda249
Inter-firm R&D partnering in pharmaceutical biotechnology since 1975: Trends, patterns, and networks206
You can’t manage right what you can’t measure well: Technological innovation efficiency180
The co-evolution of policy mixes and socio-technical systems: Towards a conceptual framework of policy mix feedback in sustainability transitions154
Gender gap in entrepreneurship135
Measuring the temporal dynamics of policy mixes – An empirical analysis of renewable energy policy mixes’ balance and design features in nine countries123
More is not always better: Effects of collaboration breadth and depth on radical and incremental innovation performance at the project level122
The design of startup accelerators114
Advancing innovation in the public sector: Aligning innovation measurement with policy goals109
Transformative innovation policy: Addressing variety in an emerging policy paradigm106
International research collaboration: An emerging domain of innovation studies?105
Policy mixes for sustainability transitions: New approaches and insights through bridging innovation and policy studies105
Is this time different? How digitalization influences job creation and destruction104
Investors’ choices between cash and voting rights: Evidence from dual-class equity crowdfunding102
Mobile phones for financial inclusion: What explains the diffusion of mobile money innovations?99
Innovation policy for system-wide transformation: The case of strategic innovation programmes (SIPs) in Sweden92
Internal and external effects of R&D subsidies and fiscal incentives: Empirical evidence using spatial dynamic panel models91
Academic engagement: A review of the literature 2011-201988
Self-citations as strategic response to the use of metrics for career decisions87
Which firms benefit from investments in green energy technologies? – The effect of energy costs86
The tentative governance of emerging science and technology—A conceptual introduction82
International research collaboration: Novelty, conventionality, and atypicality in knowledge recombination79
Policies, actors and sustainability transition pathways: A study of the EU’s energy policy mix79
Commercializing university research in transition economies: Technology transfer offices or direct industrial funding?65
Policy-mix evaluation: Governance challenges from new place-based innovation policies64
Governments as partners: The role of alliances in U.S. cleantech startup innovation63
Does combining different types of collaboration always benefit firms? Collaboration, complementarity and product innovation in Norway63
Motivations and solution appropriateness in crowdsourcing challenges for innovation62
The heterogeneous skill-base of circular economy employment62
Driving innovation: Public policy and human capital60
A walk on the wild side: ‘Predatory’ journals and information asymmetries in scientific evaluations59
The impacts of government ideology on innovation: What are the main implications?58
Shaping selection environments for industrial catch-up and sustainability transitions: A systemic perspective on endogenizing windows of opportunity56
Human capital and innovation: the importance of the optimal organizational task structure56
Digital technology adoption and knowledge flows within firms: Can the Internet overcome geographic and technological distance?55
Configurations of platform organizations: Implications for complementor engagement54
Trademarks’ relatedness to product and service innovation: A branding strategy approach54
Challenging the “deficit model” of innovation: Framing policy issues under the innovation imperative54
The evolution of mission-oriented policies: Exploring changing market creating policies in the US and European space sector54
Patent claims and patent scope52
Studying transitions: Past, present, and future51
Attracting solutions in crowdsourcing contests: The role of knowledge distance, identity disclosure, and seeker status51
“All for One and One for All?” - Knowledge broker roles in managing tensions of internal coopetition: The Ubisoft case51
Skilled migration and innovation in European industries49
Protecting their digital assets: The use of formal & informal appropriability strategies by App developers49
Reconceptualizing the paradox of openness: How solvers navigate sharing-protecting tensions in crowdsourcing49
Modular designs and integrating practices: Managing collaboration through coordination and cooperation48
When does crowdsourcing benefit firm stock market performance?47
Gender diversity in senior management, strategic change, and firm performance: Examining the mediating nature of strategic change in high tech firms47
Social capital and the digital crowd: Involving backers to promote new product innovativeness46
Testing future societies? Developing a framework for test beds and living labs as instruments of innovation governance46
Towards a taxonomy of research misconduct: The case of business school research45
The evolution of equity crowdfunding: Insights from co-investments of angels and the crowd45
Technological cooperation, R&D outsourcing, and innovation performance at the firm level: The role of the regional context45
Factors that influence the transition of university postdocs to non-academic scientific careers: An exploratory study45
From closed to open: Job role changes, individual predispositions, and the adoption of commercial open source software development45