Sociology of Innovation eJournal

This eJournal distributes working papers and accepted paper abstracts that focus on various areas of research in the social process of innovation and its implications on creating innovative products, services, and ideas. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the social activities, networks, and resources involved in creating innovation, the sources of innovation, new technologies and innovation, diversity and innovation, innovation by user communities, the conditions of creativity and structure for innovation, the characteristics of innovators, government policy and regulation for both open and closed innovation, culture and innovation, social consequences of innovation, the social process of adopting innovation, the effects of information commons, collaborative open innovation, markets, and industries on innovation, and the social foundations for innovation.

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Sociology of Innovation eJournal Advisory Board
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Ashish Arora

Nikolaus Franke

Dietmar Harhoff

Karim R. Lakhani

Benjamin R. Martin

Jason D. Owen-Smith

Molly S. Van Houweling