Materials

My publication list:

Hobday, M., Boddington, A., and A. Grantham (2012) “Policies for design and policies for innovation: Contrasting perspectives and remaining challenges. Technovation 32(5): 272–281.

Hobday, M., Boddington, A. and A. Grantham (2012). “An Innovation Perspective on Design: Part 2.” Design Issues 28(1): 18–20.

Hobday, M., Boddington, A. and A. Grantham, (2011). “An Innovation Perspective on Design: Part 1.” Design Issues 27(4): 5–15.

Sapsed, J., A. Grantham, et al. (2007). “A bridge over troubled waters: bridging organisations and entrepreneurial opportunities in emerging sectors.” Research Policy 36(9): 1314-1334.

Readman, J. and A. Grantham (2006). “Shopping for Buyers of Product Development Expertise: How Video Games Developers Stay Ahead.” European Management Journal 24(4): 259-269.

Kaplinsky, R., A. Grantham, et al. (2006). Towards a Taxonomy of Knowledge Leakage: Literature and Framework. British Academy of Management, Belfast.

Grantham, A. and R. Kaplinsky (2005). “Getting the Measure of the Electronic Games Industry: Developers and the Management of Innovation.” International Journal of Innovation Management 9(2): 183-213.

Grantham, A. and G. Tsekouras (2005). “Diffusing wireless applications in a mobile world.” Technology in Society 27(1): 85–104.

Grantham, A. and G. Tsekouras (2004). “The Global Information Age: Wireless Technology’s Transformative Potential in Knowledge-based Society.” Futures 36: 359-357.

Grantham, A. (2001). “How Networks Explain Unintended Policy Implementation Outcomes: The Case of UK Rail Privatisation.” Public Administration 79(4): 851-870.

Caffyn, S. and A. Grantham (2003). “Fostering Continuous Improvement Within New Product Development Processes.” International Journal of Technology Management 26(8): 843-856.

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