Innovation system

Bührlen, B., Gaisser, S., Nusser, M. & Reiß, T. (2008): Dimensionen des Nutzens von Innovation im Gesundheitsbereich aus Sicht der einzelnen Akteursgruppen. In: Bührlen, B. & Kickbusch, I. (eds.): Innovationssystem Gesundheit: Ziele und Nutzen von Gesundheitsinnovationen (S. 93-102). Stuttgart: Fraunhofer IRB.

Bührlen, B., Kickbusch, I. (Hrsg.) (2008). Innovation system health: Targets and benefits of health innovations. Results of the 1st MetaForum Innovation in the health system. ISI-Schriftenreihe Innovationspotenziale. Stuttgart: Fraunhofer IRB.
with contributions by Kurt H. Biedenkopf, Bernhard Bührlen, Sibylle Gaisser, Klaus-Dirk Henke, Ilona Kickbusch, Frieder Meyer-Krahmer, Michael Nusser, Thomas Reiß.
see also

Bührlen, B., Reiss, T. & Bührer, S. (2007). Nachfrageorientierte Förderung der Biotechnologie. In: Edler, J. (ed.), Bedürfnisse als Innovationsmotor - Konzepte und Instrumente nachfrageorientierter Innovationspolitik. Berlin: edition sigma, S. 235-255.

Blind, K., Bührlen, B., Menrad, K., Hafner, S., Walz, R. & Kotz, C. (2004). New Products and Services: Analysis of Regulations Shaping New Markets . Study funded by the European Commission, DG Enterprise / Innovation Policy Unit, in the Framework of the Innovation / SMEs Programme, Part of the Fifth Research Framework Programme. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the EU.

Bührlen, B., Blind, K. & Menrad, K. (2004). The influence of regulation on the markets. Oral presentation at the 15th Congress of the European Food Law Association (EFLA) "Food Law and Innovation", September 15th - 17th 2004, Paris, France.

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