R&D Management has announced its two new Co-Editors-in-Chief Alberto Di Minin and Paavo Ritala, they are supported by an editorial team with significant experience in both academic and commercial spheres of R&D and technology management.
Paavo says: “Alberto and myself started as co-editors-in-chief at R&D Management in July 2021, and we are happy to share you the latest insights of our journal via this video.”
He warns that the video is about one hour long, but comments: “It is worthwhile checking out the video to find out more about our journal, the latest special issues, and some of the upcoming issues with some Call For Papers still open for submission.”
The contents of the video (with timecodes):
0:00 – 12:35: Introduction of R&D Management journal and our editorial vision
12:34 – 35:00: Short presentations of past and future special issues in R&D Management by different guest editors
Four special issues are:
- Leveraging Open Innovation to improve society – Joonmo Ahn
- R&D Management, Innovation practices along the belt and road – the new Silk Road – Zhou Yuan
- Places and spaces of collaborative R&D and innovation – Katharina Greve
- Intellectual capital and R&D Management – Marco Greco
35:00 – end: Panel discussion commenting the special issues and more broader trends, including Alberto Di Minin, Giulio Ferrigno, Letizia Mortara, Tim Minshall, Lawrence Dooley, and Paavo Ritala.
About the co-editors in chief
Alberto Di Minin is a Full Professor of Management at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and a Research Fellow with the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy (BRIE, U.C. Berkeley). His research work deals with the concept of Appropriation of Innovation, including R&D and Intellectual Property Management, International Management, Open Innovation and Business Models, and Innovation Policy.
Paavo Ritala is Professor of Strategy & Innovation at School of Business and Management, LUT University, Finland. His research focuses on collaborative innovation and organizational renewal, often framed via digitalization or sustainability. He is also interested in tensions and dualities in organizing across various contexts, including competition and collaboration (i.e. coopetition), knowledge sharing and protection, economic and social value creation, as well as exploration and exploitation.
The associate editors are: