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appropriability

Definitions

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  • n. the environmental factors that govern an innovator's ability to capture profits generated by an innovation.

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  • For Ng: Focusing on appropriability is an interesting idea.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Football's problem is what economists call appropriability: clubs can't make money out of (can't appropriate) more than a tiny share of our love of football.

    The Guardian World News

  • The telegraph provided newspapers with an opportunity to invest in more timely news; yet together with improvements in typesetting, printing, and transportation technology, it also created an appropriability problem.

    Brauneis on Copyrighting the News

  • I love the power of the combination of these three concepts appropriability, evocativeness, integration and how the authors link them to technology.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • If people can "get a little excited" about selling coffee it cannot be unreasonable to seek something similar - something that sings with appropriability, evocativeness, integration for computers/ teaching and learning

    immersion plus

  • Bill, I think that you have captured in immersion and the sense of appropriability, evocativeness, integration what I have been looking for in my thinking about ludium's rather than conferences and most recently how the 5 principles at Starbuck's

    immersion plus

  • As I noted in my Nobel lecture, an early insight in my work on the economics of information concerned the problem of appropriability - the difficulty that those who pay for information have in getting returns.

    Joseph E. Stiglitz - Autobiography

  • appropriability some things lend themselves better than others to being made one's own

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Research Method and Approach BMS Library Literature Search • 250 articles, Picked 40 • Max Boisot and Dorothy Griffiths ', Possession is nine tenths of the law: managing a firm's knowledge base in a regime of weak appropriability BMS Library • Thomas Davenport and Laurence Prusak's, Working Knowledge: How Organizations Manage what they Know Local Library Search •

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