Daniele Rotolo
Daniele Rotolo
Professor, SPRU, University of Sussex and Associate Professor, Politecnico di Bari
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What Is an Emerging Technology?
D Rotolo, D Hicks, B Martin
Research Policy 44 (10), 1-40, 2015
Organizational factors and technological features in the development of green innovations: Evidence from patent analysis
A Messeni Petruzzelli, R Maria Dangelico, D Rotolo, V Albino
Innovation Management, Policy & Practice 13 (3), 291-310, 2011
Determinants of patent citations in biotechnology: An analysis of patent influence across the industrial and organizational boundaries
AM Petruzzelli, D Rotolo, V Albino
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 91, 208-221, 2015
Strategic intelligence on emerging technologies: Scientometric overlay mapping
D Rotolo, I Rafols, MM Hopkins, L Leydesdorff
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 68 (1 …, 2017
When does centrality matter? Scientific productivity and the moderating role of research specialization and cross‐community ties
D Rotolo, A Messeni Petruzzelli
Journal of Organizational Behavior 34 (5), 648-670, 2013
Leveraging learning behavior and network structure to improve knowledge gatekeepers’ performance
V Albino, N Carbonara, A Messeni Petruzzelli, D Rotolo
Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol. 14, No. 5, pp. 635-658, 2010, 2010
A triple helix model of medical innovation: Supply, demand, and technological capabilities in terms of Medical Subject Headings
AM Petersen, D Rotolo, L Leydesdorff
Research policy 45 (3), 666-681, 2016
Bibliometric perspectives on medical innovation using the Medical Subject Headings of PubMed
L Leydesdorff, D Rotolo, I Rafols
Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 63 …, 2012
Funding data from publication acknowledgments: Coverage, uses, and limitations
N Grassano, D Rotolo, J Hutton, F Lang, MM Hopkins
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 68 (4 …, 2017
Institutional diversity, internal search behaviour, and joint-innovations: Evidence from the US biotechnology industry
A Messeni Petruzzelli, D Rotolo
Management Decision 53 (9), 2088-2106, 2015
Innovation as a nonlinear process, the scientometric perspective, and the specification of an ‘innovation opportunities explorer’
L Leydesdorff, D Rotolo, W de Nooy
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 25 (6), 641-653, 2013
The impact of old technologies on innovation: the case of the US biotechnology industry
AM Petruzzelli, D Rotolo, V Albino
Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 24 (5), 453-466, 2012
Why do firms publish? A systematic literature review and a conceptual framework
D Rotolo, R Camerani, N Grassano, BR Martin
Research Policy 51 (10), 104606, 2022
Journal portfolio analysis for countries, cities, and organizations: Maps and comparisons
L Leydesdorff, G Heimeriks, D Rotolo
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 67 (3 …, 2016
Landscape review of interdisciplinary research in the UK
A Davé, M Hopkins, J Hutton, A Krcál, P Kolarz, B Martin, K Nielsen, ...
University of Sussex, 2016
Matching Medline/PubMed data with Web of Science: A routine in R language
D Rotolo, L Leydesdorff
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 66 (10 …, 2015
Exploring and exploiting through external sources: the effect of learning and technological proximity
V Albino, AM Petruzzelli, D Rotolo
International Journal of Innovation and Learning 8 (1), 11-27, 2010
Do firms publish? A multi-sectoral analysis
R Camerani, D Rotolo, N Grassano
A Multi-Sectoral Analysis (October 2018). SWPS 21, 2018
Technological accretion in diagnostics: HPV testing and cytology in cervical cancer screening
R Ramlogan, A Mina, R R Nelson, D Consoli
Medical innovation: Science, technology and practice, 2016
Deep transitions: a mixed methods study of the historical evolution of mass production
L Kanger, F Bone, D Rotolo, WE Steinmueller, J Schot
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 177, 121491, 2022
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