Collaborative business models in innovation systems: The case of physical infrastructure

Louise Brøns Kringelum*, Allan Næs Gjerding, Yariv Taran

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Abstract

This chapter explores how the need for collaborative business models arises as part of the development of physical infrastructures in ports. Ports are systems of economic and strategic relations among economic actors that co-evolve. We identify the parameters of this evolution and how they contribute to the creation of collaborative business models, and we argue that this process is an important contribution to the development of regional and national innovation systems. The argument is embedded in a case study of the Port of Aalborg, which is a general representation of the process that characterises current port development in industrialised societies.


Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGlobalisation, New and Emerging Technologies, and Sustainable Development : The Danish Innovation System in Transition
EditorsJesper Lindgaard Christensen, Birgitte Gregersen, Jacob Rubæk Holm, Edward Lorenz
Number of pages19
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Publication date3 May 2021
Edition1st
Chapter6
ISBN (Electronic)9781003037750
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 3 May 2021
SeriesRoutledge Studies in Innovation, Organizations and Technology

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