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|Creating value through open innovation approaches : Implications for corporate sustainability and responsibility
Camilleri, Mark Anthony
Social responsibility of business
|Bresciani, S., Camilleri, M. A., Troise, C., & O'Regan, N. (2022). Creating value through open innovation approaches :Implications for corporate sustainability and responsibility. Business Ethics, the Environment and Responsibility.
|The guest editors welcome contributions that clearly articulate their theoretical as well as practical implications of implementing open innovation (OI) approaches in different contexts. Contributing authors may use different methodological approaches including quantitative or qualitative research methods to reveal new insights on open innovations and collaborative practices among stakeholders, that can ultimately add value to businesses and society. They may reveal how and to what extent OI approaches are (or are not) creating value for their business and to society, in the long run. Suitable topics of interest may include, but are not limited to, the following: ▪ OI strategies and corporate social responsibility practices; ▪ Benefits and risks of implementing OI approaches for sustainable (and social) enterprises; ▪ Impacts of OI on sustainable development and environmental, social and corporate governance performance; ▪ OI and openness cultures that could transform businesses and influence their competitiveness; ▪ Relationships between OI and sustainability-oriented approaches; ▪ Sustainable practices affected by OI approaches; ▪ Understanding the future of OI to address global challenges; ▪ Characteristics of OI approaches and their role to navigate in uncertain environments; ▪ Factors influencing OI strategies and their effects on ethical and sustainable behaviors; ▪ Ethical and responsible solutions by companies adopting OI.
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