Amara Nabil
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Lessons from innovation empirical studies in the manufacturing sector: A systematic review of the literature from 1993–2003
N Becheikh, R Landry, N Amara
Technovation 26 (5-6), 644-664, 2006
Does social capital determine innovation? To what extent?
R Landry, N Amara, M Lamari
Technological forecasting and social change 69 (7), 681-701, 2002
Utilization of social science research knowledge in Canada
R Landry, N Amara, M Lamari
Research policy 30 (2), 333-349, 2001
Sources of information as determinants of novelty of innovation in manufacturing firms: evidence from the 1999 statistics Canada innovation survey
N Amara, R Landry
Technovation 25 (3), 245-259, 2005
New evidence on instrumental, conceptual, and symbolic utilization of university research in government agencies
N Amara, M Ouimet, R Landry
Science communication 26 (1), 75-106, 2004
The extent and determinants of the utilization of university research in government agencies
R Landry, M Lamari, N Amara
Public administration review 63 (2), 192-205, 2003
Why are some university researchers more likely to create spin-offs than others? Evidence from Canadian universities
R Landry, N Amara, I Rherrad
Research Policy 35 (10), 1599-1615, 2006
Climbing the ladder of research utilization: Evidence from social science research
R Landry, N Amara, M Lamari
Science Communication 22 (4), 396-422, 2001
Determinants of knowledge transfer: evidence from Canadian university researchers in natural sciences and engineering
R Landry, N Amara, M Ouimet
The Journal of Technology Transfer 32, 561-592, 2007
Managing the protection of innovations in knowledge-intensive business services
N Amara, R Landry, N Traoré
Research policy 37 (9), 1530-1547, 2008
Learning and novelty of innovation in established manufacturing SMEs
N Amara, R Landry, N Becheikh, M Ouimet
Technovation 28 (7), 450-463, 2008
Disentangling competences: Interrelationships on creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship
M Edwards-Schachter, A García-Granero, M Sánchez-Barrioluengo, ...
Thinking skills and creativity 16, 27-39, 2015
Patterns of innovation in knowledge-intensive business services
N Amara, R Landry, D Doloreux
The Service Industries Journal 29 (4), 407-430, 2009
On-farm adoption of conservation practices: the role of farm and farmer characteristics, perceptions, and health hazards
N Traoré, R Landry, N Amara
Land economics, 114-127, 1998
The knowledge-value chain: a conceptual framework for knowledge translation in health
R Landry, N Amara, A Pablos-Mendes, R Shademani, I Gold
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 84, 597-602, 2006
The impact of transaction costs on the institutional structuration of collaborative academic research
R Landry, N Amara
Research policy 27 (9), 901-913, 1998
Evidence on how academics manage their portfolio of knowledge transfer activities
R Landry, M Saïhi, N Amara, M Ouimet
Research policy 39 (10), 1387-1403, 2010
The extent and organizational determinants of research utilization in Canadian health services organizations
O Belkhodja, N Amara, R Landry, M Ouimet
Science Communication 28 (3), 377-417, 2007
Technology transfer organizations: Services and business models
R Landry, N Amara, JS Cloutier, N Halilem
Technovation 33 (12), 431-449, 2013
Learning from innovation failures: a systematic review of the literature and research agenda
K Rhaiem, N Amara
Review of Managerial Science 15, 189-234, 2021
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