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2020 | 16 | nr 2 Behavioral Determinants of Enterprise Development and Innovation | 161--202
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Map of the Existing Research on Business Innovation, Funding, and Policy Framework

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W ostatniej dekadzie, badania empiryczne, koncentrujące się na innowacjach związanych z biznesem, finansowaniu działań innowacyjnych oraz polityce (implikacje), stale rosły. Nie podjęto jednak jeszcze wystarczających starań, aby zbadać istniejącą literaturę na ten temat. Aby wypełnić tę lukę, niniejsze badanie ma na celu zsyntetyzowanie i zmapowanie istniejących badań empirycznych na temat innowacji biznesowych, finansowania i ram polityki opublikowanych między 1990 a lutym 2019 r. Analizę bibliograficzną odpowiednich artykułów uzyskanych z Web of Science Core Collection przeprowadzono za pomocą Vosviewer. Wyniki bibliometryczne pokazują wybitne publikacje, autorytetów i badaczy, dominujące instytucje szkolnictwa wyższego i kraje. Wybrane artykuły poddano analizie treści, zapewniając streszczenie publikacji, przyjętą metodologię, kraj i okres badań. Artykuły zostały podzielone na różne tematy w oparciu o ukierunkowanie badania, wskazując w ten sposób obszary, które zyskały mniej lub bardziej uwagę naukową. Zidentyfikowane luki zarówno w analizie bibliograficznej, jak i treściowej oferują przyszłe możliwości badawcze w różnych aspektach dotyczących innowacji biznesowych, sposobu finansowania i powiązanych kwestii politycznych. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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In the last decade, empirical studies focusing on business-related innovation, funding of innovation activities, and policy (implications) have continued to increase. However, not enough effort has been undertaken yet to investigate existing literature on the subject matter. To fill the gap, the present study seeks to synthesize and map out existing empirical studies on business innovation, financing, and policy framework published between 1990 and February 2019. Bibliographic analysis of relevant articles retrieved from the Web of Science Core Collection was performed using Vosviewer. The bibliometric results show the prominent publication outlets, authoritative scholars and items, dominant higher learning institutions, and countries. Still, selected articles were content analyzed, providing a summary of the publications, the methodology adopted, country and period covered. The papers were classified into different themes based on the study focus, thus pinpointing areas that have received more or less scholarly attention. The identified gaps from both bibliographic and content analysis offer future research opportunities in different aspects touching on business innovation, how its financed and related policy issues. (original abstract)
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  • School of Economics and Social Sciences, Hungary
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  • School of Economics and Social Sciences, Hungary
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