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Discussion papers and reports

The HP Innovation Research Programme publishes a series of discussion papers and reports based around its four programmes, seminars and conferences. All of these are downloadable as are the presentations from the events. If you wish to receive publications by email as they come out, please email irpevent@lse.ac.uk|.

Discussion papers

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Author: Charlie Beckett
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: NGOs as Gatekeepers to 'Local Media': Networked News for Developing Countries| (PDF)
Date Published: July 2009
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Author: Charlie Beckett
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: From Fortress to Network: Changing Structures of News Media Production| (PDF)
Date Published: July 2009
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Author: Sharon Belenzon and Mark Schankerman
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Motivation and Sorting in Open Source Software Innovation| (PDF)
Date Published: November 2008
Research Theme: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity

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Author: Alberto Galasso and Mark Schankerman
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Patent Thickets and the Market for Innovation: Evidence from Settlement of Patent Disputes |(PDF)
Date Published: November 2008
Research Theme: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity

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Author: Kai-Uwe Kühn and John Van Reenen
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Interoperability and Market Foreclosure in the European Microsoft Case |(PDF)
Date Published: November 2008
Research Theme: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity

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Author: Saul Lach and Mark Schankerman
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity |(PDF)
Date Published: November 2008
Research Theme: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity

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Author: Nicholas Bloom, Raffaella Sadun and John Van Reenen
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|Title: Americans do I.T. Better: US Multinationals and the Productivity Miracle| (PDF)
Date Published: October 2008
Research Theme: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity

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Author: Indrek Ibrus
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Collective Memory and Media Innovation: Interdependencies| (PDF)
Date Published: October 2008
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Author: Michael Skey
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: What does it mean to be a "True Commopolitan"? A critical reading of 'Everyday Talk' about other people| (PDF)
Date Published:October 2008
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Authors: Luis Garicano & Paul Heaton
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Information Technology, Organization and Productivity in the Public Sector: Evidence from Police Departments| (PDF)
Date Published: October 2008
Research Theme: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity

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Author: Fredrik Lesage
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Making Exceptions: Media Art and Everyday Life| (PDF)
Date Published: January 2008
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Author: Indrek Ibrus
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Rhetorics, Innovation and New Media| (PDF)
Date Published: February 2008
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Author: Mehita Iqani
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: Beautiful Pixels - Aesthetic Innovation in Interactive Online Art: The Case of BoyBlack| (PDF)
Date Published: January 2008
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Author: Frédérik Lesage
Abstract: Download PDF
|Title: The White Cube and the Ivory Tower: Use and production of online media space as art worlds| (PDF)
Date Published: September 2007
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Author: Shani Orgad
Title: Patients' Experience of Internet Environments: Storytelling, Empowerment and Its Limitations| (PDF)
Date Published: November 2006
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics

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Authors: James Backhouse & Robert Wilson
Title: Opportunities for Computer Abuse: Considering Systems Risk from the Offender's Perspective| (PDF)
Date Published: March 2006
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics
This paper was presented at the EDS Innovation Research Programme seminar on 13 March 2006

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Author: Robin Mansell
Title: Security Challenges of Networks: Cyber Trust and Cyber Crime| (PDF)
Date Published: March 2006
Research Theme: Media, Connectivity, Literacies and Ethics
This paper was presented at the EDS Innovation Research Programme seminar on 13 March 2006

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Authors: Patrick Dunleavy, Helen Margetts, Simon Bastow & Jane Tinkler
Title: New Public Management Is Dead - Long Live Digital-Era Governance| (PDF)
Date Published: September 2005
Research Theme: Public Policy & Services

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Authors: Nicholas Oulton & Sylaja Srinivasan
Title: Productivity Growth and the Role of ICT in the UK: An Industry View, 1970-2000|(PDF)
Date Published: October 2005
Research Theme: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity

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Authors: Raffaella Sadun & John Van Reenen
Title: Information Technology and Productivity: It ain't what you do it's the way that you do I.T. |(PDF)
Date Published: October 2005
Research Theme: Intellectual Property, Technology and Productivity

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Author: Margaret Scammell
Title: War, God and Gays: The UK Press and the 2004 US Presidential Election |(PDF)
Date Published: October 2005
Research Theme: Intellectual property, technology and productivity

Reports

EDS Innovation Seminar - 6th October 2005

The Evolution or Group Decision Support Systems to Enable Collaborative Authored Outcomes
Presented by Professor Patrick Humphreys and Garrick Jones
Webjournal together with relevant links and downloadable material is available at www.psych.lse.ac.uk/EvolutionGDS |

Event papers and presentations

From 6 October 2009|
Patrick Dunleavy
Innovating Out of Recession |(PDF)

From 21 November 2007
|Robin Mansell
Communication & Technology: What's New?| (PDF)

From 16 May 2007
|Shani Orgad
Patients' Experience of Internet Environments: Storytelling, Empowerment and Its Limitations| (PDF)

From 29 November 2006
|Patrick Dunleavy, Helen Margetts, Simon Bastow, Oliver Pearce & Jane Tinkler
Why is it so hard to achieve organisational innovation in government?| (PDF)

From 27 September 2006
|John Van Reenen, Nick Bloom & Raffaella Sadun
Investigating the productivity miracle using multinationals |(PDF)

From 13 March 2006
|James Backhouse & Robert Willison
Opportunities for computer abuse: Considering systems risk from the offender's perspective| (PDF)
Slides| (PDF)

Brian S Collins
Security of Identity Management
Slides |(PDF)

From 13 December 2005
|John Van Reenen & Raffaella Sadun
Information Technology and Productivity: It ain't what you do it's the way that you do I.T. |(PDF)
Slides| (PDF)

Robin Mansell
Network insecurity in an insecure world| (PDF)

Danny Quah
The excess supply of knowledge| (PDF)

From 17 November 2005
|Patrick Dunleavy, Helen Margetts, Simon Bastow & Jane Tinkler

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