Tag Archive | "social networks"

The Impact of Social Networks on Innovation: The Case of European Regions

This research analyses the relationship between the use of social networks and the generation of innovations in European regions through a production function of innovations using human capital, technological capital and virtual relational capital with the new theoretical approach. For this, it is estimated an econometric model of panel data for the period 2007-2011 and 190 European regions.

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Posted in Information Technology, Knowledge Management, Volume IV, Issue no. 2

Collaborative Systems Approached Trought Web 2.0

Web 2.0 means (rather vague) and consider ways to exploit the organizational possibilities of the web. According to their web based content and information is offered to visitors not only the media, governments and private companies, but also of individuals bound by informal networks based on Internet, and contribute and participate actively in the provision and spread information around the globe via the web. Typical examples for this new issue are so-called wikis, weblogs or blogs simplified, portals and exchanges and exchange pictures, music, film / video and Internet software, like Flickr, YouTube and sites for File sharing. Also the so-called “social networks” such as Facebook or Twitter.

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Posted in Information Technology, Issue no. 1