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The Resource Lead Market India : Key Elements and Corporate Perspectives for Frugal Innovations

Lead Market India : Key Elements and Corporate Perspectives for Frugal Innovations

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Key Elements and Corporate Perspectives for Frugal Innovations
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Lead Market India : Key Elements and Corporate Perspectives for Frugal Innovations
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  • "Preface" -- "Contents" -- "List of Contributors" -- "IndiaÂś Emergence as a Lead Market for Frugal Innovations: An Introduction to the Theme and to the Contributed Volume" -- "References" -- "Part I: Connecting India to Frugal Innovations and Lead Market" -- "Frugal Innovation: An Assessment of Scholarly Discourse, Trends and Potential Societal Implications" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Philosophical Context of Frugality" -- "3 Theoretical Context of Frugal Innovations" -- "3.1 Frugality in Political Economy" -- "3.2 Frugality in Other Disciplines" -- "3.3 Frugal Innovation in Management Sciences" -- "3.4 Defining Frugal Innovations" -- "4 Evaluation of Workshop Results" -- "4.1 Questionnaire" -- "4.2 Focus Groups" -- "4.2.1 Focus Group 1" -- "4.2.2 Focus Group 2" -- "4.2.3 Focus Group 3" -- "4.2.4 Summarizing Results of the Focus Groups" -- "5 Conclusions" -- "References" -- "Frugality in Indian Context: What Makes India a Lead Market for Affordable Excellence?" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Definitional Framework for Frugal Innovations" -- "3 IndiaÂś Lead Market Potential" -- "3.1 IndiaÂś Market Structure Advantage" -- "3.2 IndiaÂś Export Advantage" -- "3.3 IndiaÂś Cost Advantage" -- "3.4 IndiaÂś Demand Advantage" -- "3.5 IndiaÂś Technological Advantage" -- "4 Connecting Culture with Frugality" -- "4.1 Role of (National) Culture" -- "4.2 Conventional Role of Frugality in India" -- "5 Select Results of an Empirical Survey" -- "5.1 Survey Settings" -- "5.2 Key Results and an Indian Perspective" -- "6 Conclusions" -- "References" -- "Part II: Connecting Frugal Innovations to Grassroots and the Bottom of the (Economic) Pyramid" -- "Emerging Patterns of Grassroots Innovations: Results of a Conceptual Study Based on Selected Cases from India" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Definitional Framework of Grassroots Innovations"
  • "2.1 Review of Literature on Grassroots Innovations" -- "2.2 Philosophy of Grassroots Innovations" -- "3 Methodology and Research Objectives" -- "4 Case Studies of Grassroots Inventors" -- "4.1 Case Study A: Mansukhbhai Prajapati" -- "4.2 Case Study B: M. Sadhasivam" -- "4.3 Case Study C: K.S. Sudheer" -- "4.4 Case Study D: S. Rajamani" -- "4.5 Summarizing Analysis of the Case Studies" -- "5 Characterizing Grassroots Innovations" -- "5.1 Gender and Age of Grassroots Inventors" -- "5.2 Formal Education and Grassroots Innovations" -- "5.3 Occupations and Grassroots Innovations" -- "5.4 Sources of Grassroots Innovations" -- "5.5 Innovation Triggers" -- "5.6 Impact of Grassroots Inventions" -- "5.7 Cost of Grassroots Inventions" -- "5.8 Sources of Finance for Grassroots Inventions" -- "6 Summary and Conclusions" -- "References" -- "Consumer Innovation in the Poor Versus Rich World: Some Differences and Similarities" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Background and Literature Review" -- "2.1 Base of the Pyramid" -- "2.2 User Innovation" -- "3 Hypothesis Development" -- "3.1 Knowledge Related Hypothesis" -- "3.2 Context Related Hypothesis" -- "3.3 Innovation Quality Related Hypothesis" -- "4 Methodology" -- "4.1 The Sample" -- "4.2 Measures and Methods" -- "5 Findings" -- "5.1 Descriptive Analysis and Comparison" -- "5.2 Hypothesis Testing" -- "6 Discussion" -- "7 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Lessons from Low-Cost Healthcare Innovations for the Base-of the Pyramid Markets: How Incumbents Can Systematically Create Dis..." -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Theoretical Background" -- "2.1 Disruptive Innovations" -- "2.1.1 Disruptive Innovations and Base of the Pyramid Markets" -- "2.1.2 Challenges in Commercializing Disruptive Innovations" -- "Resource Allocation Processes" -- "Inadequate Market-Facing Organizational Competency" -- "2.2 Organizational Ambidexterity"
  • "3 Research Question and Methodology" -- "3.1 Research Question" -- "3.2 Methodology" -- "4 Empirical Data" -- "4.1 GE Healthcare Case Study" -- "4.1.1 Early Successes in Frugal Innovations" -- "4.1.2 Raising the Stature of Everything Global" -- "4.1.3 Pushing Further Down the Pyramid" -- "4.2 Characteristics of the Value Segment Products" -- "4.3 How Are Value Segment Products Potentially Disruptive" -- "5 Analysis" -- "5.1 Overcoming InnovatorÂś Dilemma" -- "5.1.1 Dedicated Processes" -- "5.1.2 Reconfigured Values" -- "5.1.3 Dedicated Resources" -- "5.1.4 Building Capability" -- "5.2 Combating the Unfavorable Characteristics Disruptive Innovations" -- "5.3 Ambidexterity in Action at GE Healthcare" -- "5.3.1 Structural Differentiation and Integration" -- "5.3.2 Overarching Vision" -- "6 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Part III: Connecting Frugal Innovations with Analogies and Disruption" -- "Developing Frugal Innovations with Inventive Analogies: Preliminary Evidence from Innovations in India" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Theory and Research Questions" -- "2.1 Characteristics of Frugal Innovation" -- "2.2 Characteristics of Inventive Analogies" -- "2.3 Research Questions" -- "3 Research Approach" -- "3.1 Methodology" -- "3.2 Objects of Investigation" -- "4 Findings" -- "4.1 Systematic Search for Analogies" -- "4.2 Openness of the Development Process" -- "4.3 Effects of Inventive Analogies on Process Efficiency" -- "4.4 Effects of Inventive Analogies on Development Costs" -- "5 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Made in India for the World: An Empirical Investigation into Novelty and Nature of Innovations" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Innovation Typology" -- "2.1 Defining Innovation" -- "2.2 Types of Innovations" -- "2.3 Degree of Novelty" -- "2.3.1 Newness of a Technology" -- "2.3.2 Newness of a Market" -- "2.4 Disruptive Potential"
  • "2.5 Innovation Typology: Process Approach" -- "3 Empirical Study" -- "3.1 Data Description" -- "3.1.1 InnovatorÂś Description" -- "General Information (Criteria 1-8)" -- "Company Classification (Criteria 9-13)" -- "3.1.2 InnovationÂś Description" -- "General Information (Criteria 14-17)" -- "Innovative Effect (Criteria 18 and 30-35)" -- "Innovation Typology (Criteria 19-29)" -- "Other (Criteria 36-38)" -- "3.2 Data Evaluation" -- "3.2.1 Industry Distribution and Company Classification" -- "3.2.2 Influence of InnovatorÂś Origin and RandD Location" -- "3.2.3 Innovation Typology" -- "4 Conclusions and Implications" -- "4.1 Discussion" -- "4.2 Practical and Managerial Implications" -- "4.3 Implications for Further Research" -- "References" -- "Part IV: Actual Practices of Frugal Innovations" -- "IndiaÂś Electronic Voting Machines: Social Construction of a Controversy Surrounding a Frugal Innovation" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Research Methodology" -- "3 Theoretical Frame (SCOT)" -- "4 The Indian EVM Through the Eyes of Relevant Social Groups" -- "4.1 Problems with Earlier Paper Ballot System and Corruption" -- "4.2 Implementation of EVMs" -- "4.3 Voting on an EVM" -- "4.4 Design Challenges for ECI and Manufacturers" -- "4.5 Economic Research Team Framing the EVM as Frugal Innovation" -- "5 Interpretative Flexibility of the EVM" -- "5.1 Alleged Vulnerability and Security Holes" -- "5.2 EVM as a Black Box" -- "5.3 Opening up the Black Box" -- "5.4 Response by ECI and Expert Committee" -- "6 Closure of the EVM Controversy" -- "7 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Renewable Energy in India: Policies, Trends and Foreign Direct Investments in Research and Development" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Energy Situation in India" -- "3 Relevant Renewable Energy Policies, Initiatives and Statistics" -- "4 Wind and Solar Energy Sector"
  • "4.1 Solar Energy for Rural/Remote Areas: Low Cost Solutions and Localization" -- "4.2 Near Future of Solar Energy Sector: Collaboration" -- "4.3 Academic Research Collaboration" -- "4.4 Export and Import" -- "5 Analysis of the Study and Its Findings" -- "5.1 Limitations of the Study" -- "5.2 Analysis of the Findings" -- "5.3 Future Research Scope" -- "6 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Commercial Vehicle Industry in India: An Investigation of the Innovation and Business Trends (2000-2015)" -- "1 Introduction" -- "2 Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry" -- "2.1 Industry Developments" -- "2.2 Select Company Profiles" -- "3 Select Examples of Innovations from IndiaÂś CV Industry" -- "3.1 Product Innovations" -- "3.2 Process Innovations" -- "3.3 Organizational Innovations" -- "3.4 Marketing Innovations" -- "4 Aggregated Analysis at Industry Level" -- "5 Conclusion"
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