Paul Nightingale
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How journal rankings can suppress interdisciplinary research: A comparison between innovation studies and business & management
I Rafols, L Leydesdorff, A O’Hare, P Nightingale, A Stirling
Research policy 41 (7), 1262-1282, 2012
A cognitive model of innovation
P Nightingale
Research policy 27 (7), 689-709, 1998
Innovation in complex products and systems
M Hobday, H Rush, T Joe
Research policy 29 (7-8), 793-804, 2000
The myth of the biotech revolution
P Nightingale, P Martin
TRENDS in Biotechnology 22 (11), 564-569, 2004
Service innovation: Organizational responses to technological opportunities and market imperatives
T Joe, HF Montgomery
World Scientific, 2003
Muppets and gazelles: political and methodological biases in entrepreneurship research
P Nightingale, A Coad
Industrial and Corporate Change 23 (1), 113-143, 2014
The myth of the biotech revolution: An assessment of technological, clinical and organisational change
MM Hopkins, PA Martin, P Nightingale, A Kraft, S Mahdi
Research policy 36 (4), 566-589, 2007
High-growth firms: introduction to the special section
A Coad, SO Daunfeldt, W Hölzl, D Johansson, P Nightingale
Industrial and Corporate Change 23 (1), 91-112, 2014
Economies of scale in experimentation: knowledge and technology in pharmaceutical R&D
P Nightingale
Industrial and Corporate Change 9 (2), 315-359, 2000
The product–process–organisation relationship in complex development projects
P Nightingale
Research policy 29 (7-8), 913-930, 2000
Understanding governance: pathways to sustainability
M Leach, G Bloom, A Ely, P Nightingale, I Scoones, E Shah, A Smith
STEPS Centre, 2007
If Nelson and Winter are only half right about tacit knowledge, which half? A Searlean critique of ‘codification’
P Nightingale
Industrial and Corporate Change 12 (2), 149-183, 2003
Peer review and the relevance gap: ten suggestions for policy-makers
P Nightingale, A Scott
Science and Public Policy 34 (8), 543-553, 2007
Science and technology studies: Exploring the knowledge base
BR Martin, P Nightingale, A Yegros-Yegros
Research Policy 41 (7), 1182-1204, 2012
Technological capabilities, invisible infrastructure and the un-social construction of predictability: the overlooked fixed costs of useful research
P Nightingale
Research Policy 33 (9), 1259-1284, 2004
Big Pharma, little science?: A bibliometric perspective on Big Pharma's R&D decline
I Rafols, MM Hopkins, J Hoekman, J Siepel, A O'Hare, ...
Technological forecasting and social change 81, 22-38, 2014
Capacity utilization revisited: software, control and the growth of large technical systems
P Nightingale, T Brady, A Davies, J Hall
Industrial and Corporate Change 12 (3), 477-517, 2003
Putting pharmacogenetics into practice
MM Hopkins, D Ibarreta, S Gaisser, CM Enzing, J Ryan, PA Martin, ...
Nature biotechnology 24 (4), 403-410, 2006
Technological paradigms: past, present and future
N Von Tunzelmann, F Malerba, P Nightingale, S Metcalfe
Industrial and corporate Change 17 (3), 467-484, 2008
From funding gaps to thin markets: UK government support for early-stage venture capital
P Nightingale, G Murray, M Cowling, C Baden-Fuller, C Mason, J Siepel, ...
National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, 2009
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