SSRN downloads is a milestone recently achieved by ‘Innovation Concepts and Typology – An Evolutionary Discussion’, an article by Maxim Kotsemir, Alexander Abroskin and Dirk Meissner – one of the first publications issued as part of the HSE Basic Research Programme.
The work was published in the series ‘Science, Technology and Innovation’ a little over a year ago. In the working paper, the authors analyze the evolution of the concept of ‘innovation’ and present a typology of innovation.
This is the fourth work by HSE staff that has been downloaded more than 1,000 times.
SSRN is one of the world’s leading open electronic repositories of academic articles and working papers. Approximately 2.5% of the publications placed in SSRN have more than 1,000 downloads.
A working paper is a form of preliminary publication that makes it possible to quickly present for discussion among the academic community the results of the latest research. On September 5, the HSE Basic Research Programme issued its 200th working paper.