Prof. Antonio Hidalgo

Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain



Ph.D., Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

M.S., Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

B.S., Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain.

Publication (Selected)

  1. Hidalgo, A., Hervás, J.L., Albors, J., Global value chain reconfiguration through external linkages and the development of newcomers: a global story of clusters and innovation, International Journal of Technology Management (accepted and pending of publication).
  2. Hidalgo, A., Feria, V., Cooperation in the knowledge transfer process: evidence from the demand side in Mexico, International Journal of Innovation and Learning (accepted and pending of publication).
  3. Hidalgo, A.; Albors, J., University-industry technology transfer models: an empirical analysis, International Journal of Innovation and Learning (accepted and pending of publication).
  4. Hidalgo, A., Molero, J., Penas, G. (2010) Technology and industrialization at the take-off of the Spanish economy: New evidence based on patents, World Patent Information, 32(1), 53-61.
  5. Hidalgo, A., López, V. (2009) Drivers and impacts of ICT adoption on transport and logistics services, Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, 17(2), 27-47.
  6. Hidalgo, A., Albors, J., López, V. (2009) Design and development challenges for an E2E DRM content business integration platform, International Journal of In-formation Management, 29(5), 389-396.
  7. Hidalgo, A., Albors, J., Hervás, J. L. (2009) The role of knowledge service activities (KISA) in basic agro-food processes innovation: The case of orange packers in Eastern Spain, Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, 17(1), 31-56.
  8. Albors, J., Hervás, J.L., Hidalgo, A. (2009) Analysing high technology adoption and impact within public supported high tech programs. An empirical case, Journal of High Technology Management Research, 20(2), 153-168.
  9. Hidalgo, A. (2009) Analysis of the commercial use of Spanish inventions pro-tected by patents between 1996 and 2006, Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, 14 (1), 63-69.
  10. Hidalgo, A., Molero, J. (2009) Technology and growth in Spain (1950-1960): An evidence of Schumpeterian pattern of innovation based on patents, Word Patent Information, 31 (3), 199-206.
  11. Hidalgo, A., Albors, J. (2008) Innovation Management Techniques and Tools: a review from theory and practice, R&D Management, 38 (2), 113-127.
  12. Hernández, J.C., Vizán, A., Hidalgo, A., Ríos, J. (2006) Evaluation of Techniques for Manufacturing Process Analysis, Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, 17(5), 571-583.
  13. Hidalgo, A. (2006) Planning for new products in the extended enterprise: the automotive scenario, International Journal of Product Development, 3(2), 214-231.
  14. Albors, J., Hervás, J.L., Hidalgo, A. (2006) Analysing High Technology Diffusion and Public Transference Programs: the Case of the European GAME Program, Journal of Technology Transfer, 31 (6), 647-661.
  15. Albors, J., Sweeny, E., Hidalgo, A. (2005) Transnational technology transfer networks for SMEs. A review of the state-of-the-art and an analysis of the European IRC network, Production Planning and Control Journal, 16 (4), 413-423.
  16. Hidalgo, A. (2003) Technological capacity and innovation in Spain: a qualitative analysis based on patents, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innova-tion Management, 3(4), 358-372.
  17. Hidalgo, A., Albors, J. (2008) New Innovation Management Paradigms in the Knowledge-Driven Economy, Management of Technology Innovation and Value Creation (Vol. 2), World Scientific, Singapore, 3-19.
  18. Hidalgo, A., Albors, J. (2006) Success factors and hindrances in International R&D cooperation programs. The case of IBEROEKA, Management of Technology, New Directions in Technology Management, Elsevier, Netherlands, 3-18.
  19. Hidalgo, A. (2004) IPR and competitiveness, direct foreign investment, and technology transfer, Regional Programme for the Promotion of the Instruments and Mechanisms of the Euro-Mediterranean Market (Vol I). European Institute of Public Administration, Brussels, 205-209.
  20. Hidalgo, A.; Pavón, J. (2000) The strategic context in the transfer of university technology to industry: the case of European Union, Technology Strategy and Strategic Alliances, Fundación COTEC, Madrid, 213-222.
  21. Hidalgo, A. (1998) Public Procurements as Strategic Factor to Foster the Technological Innovation: The Case of Spain, Management of Technology, Sustainable Development and Eco-Efficiency. Pergamon, Elsevier Science Ltd, Neth-erlands, 229-238.

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