The Case for Economic Co-operation
The Huntington Post website noted that in an economy that is not just digitally enabled but powered increasingly by networks and platforms, it is time to rethink our formulae for success. In the 20th century, competitive advantage stemmed from restricted access to knowledge and resources. As the field of open innovation suggests, new value is not necessarily now locked up in companies, in capital-intensive stock and closed research and development. New value emerges from knowledge, relationships …and co-operation.
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