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How Perceptions of Open Source
Much of the assessment of OSS benefits and drawbacks has been based on anecdotal evidence appearing in practitioner publications. Due to its focus on software development, such work neglects whether managerial ...
Assessing the role of open source software in the european secondary software sector: a voice from industry
This paper addresses the open source software (OSS) phenomenon from an industry perspective and reveals a number of complexities surrounding the role of OSS in the secondary software sector. It presents the research results ...
Open innovation in secondary software firms: an exploration of managers' perceptions of open source software
(Association for Computing Machinery, 2010-02)
Open source software (OSS) is probably the best known exemplar of open innovation, with many practitioner-oriented publications having debated the merits and drawbacks of OSS in recent years. Nevertheless, much of the ...
Deciding on open innovation: an exploration of how firms create and capture value with open source software
(Springer Verlag, 2008-10)
Open innovation is a paradigm that proposes that firms can and should use external as well as internal innovations/ideas. A popular example of open innovation has been open source software (OSS). The key issues facing ...
Value creation and capture with open source software: a theoretical model for understanding the role of value networks
This paper aims at examining how firms create and capture value with open source software (OSS). OSS is seen as an excellent exemplar of both peer production and open innovation. Nevertheless, the use of OSS as a form ...
Benefits and drawbacks of open source software: An exploratory study of secondary software firms
Much of the assessment of OSS benefits and drawbacks has been based on anecdotal evidence appearing in practitioner publications, white papers, web articles etc. To a greater extent this research has tended to concentrate ...