Space Economy, Innovation and Sustainability
Keywords:Space Economy, Digital Platform, Earth Observation, Sustainability, Global Markets
Space Economy (SE) is increasingly becoming relevant for business and management with impacts on many industrial segments (i.e. agriculture, transport, assurance and the environment) but also on sustainable practices (i.e. Agenda 2030). Despite the importance of SE for new business models and value creation processes in the ecosystem, theoretical approaches for the downstream space economy implementation are still quite limited in literature. Accordingly, this paper reports the results of an in-depth analysis of the main factors (i.e. Open innovation drivers and Digital Platform business model) that affect effective implementation of space value chain models
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