Projet de recherche : An empirical investigation of technological collaborations in shared r&d and innovation processes in the open source software industry − towards an inductive theory of open and collaborative technology platforms.
Direction : Jorge Niosi Codirection : Marc Banik
Centre interuniversitaire de recherche sur la science et la technologie, CIRST
Canada Research Chair on the Management of Technology and Technology Policy
- open source software innovation,
- open source management,
- inter-firm collaboration,
- technology platform development,
- strategic alliances,
Amir Taherizadeh (Ph.D., M.B.A.) holds a doctorate in Science & Technology Management from UQAM. He was a researcher at CIRST (Centre for Inter-University Research on Science and technology) from 2012 through 2016. During his doctoral program, he focused on Open Source Software Technological Collaborations embedded in Shared R&D and Innovation Processes in ICT Industry. His major research interest includes ‘Innovation and Technology Management’ with secondary focus on ‘business model innovation’ (BMI), and ‘strategic R&D collaborations within OSS industry’. He has published several academic papers on contemporary subjects of knowledge economy such as EDI (Employee Driven Innovation), innovation capability and SMEs, as well as technological platforms in OSS industry. He is a member of Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers® (SMPTE®) focused on developing usecases showcasing integration of OSS projects into IP & virtualizatin digital strategies.
- 2016, Ph.D. in STS, UQAM.
- 2010, MBA, University of Malaya (UM)
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