Flowers, S. and Voss, G. (2015) User Innovation in the music software industry: the case of Sibelius in The Oxford Handbook of the Creative Industries (Eds) Jones, C et al.
Flowers, S. (2014) Challenging traditional models of Intellectual Property:
the Shanzhai System of Innovation. Workshop on Challenges of Knowledge Creation – Intellectual Property Protection and Innovation Performance, Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Munich, 2 December.
Flowers, S. (2014) Medical user innovation in the context of chronic disease:
the creation of Helminthic therapy. Workshop on Medical User Innovation and Medical Commons, NYU School of Law, 15-17 May.
Flowers, S. and Svensson, P. (2014) TAFTIE – Open and User Innovation and the Renewal of Cooperative Research Centres. TAFTIE Strategy workshop, Brussels, 14 May.
von Hippel, E., de Jong, J. and Flowers, S. (2012) Comparing business and household sector innovation in consumer products: Findings from a representative study in the UK, Management Science, 58 (9) 1669-1681.
Flowers, S. (2012) User-driven service innovation – the case of Nokia. Symposium on Users, Innovation and Services, British Academy of Management, Cardiff, 11 September.
Carlin, L., Smith, H., Henwood, Flis., Flowers, S., Jones, A., Prentice., R. and Miles, K. (2010) Double vision: an exploration of radiologists’ and general practitioners’ views on using picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), Health Informatics Journal Volume 16 (2) June: p75-86.
Flowers, S. (2012) Probing the limits of user innovation: radical patients, intestinal parasites and the development of Helminthic Therapy. Erasmus Research Institute, Erasmus University, 4 September.
Flowers, S. (2012) The role of Users and Communities in Innovation: fans, friends and frenemies. Creative Innovation, Manufacturing and Business Workshop, University of Exeter, 13 July.
Flowers, S. (2012) Innovation Opportunity Space: understanding users, innovation and services. University of Vaasa, 14 June.
Flowers, S. (2012) Helminths and IBD: with special reference to Crohn’s. Gastroenterology Unit. Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, 3 February.
Flowers, S. (2011) Exploring the limits of user innovation: unhappy patients, intestinal parasites, and the development of Helminthic therapy. Freeman Centre Seminar, 2 December.
Flowers, S. (2011) User created medical treatments: Crohn’s disease and the development of Helminthic therapy. Innovation Lab workshop, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Boston, 9-10 November.
Flowers, S. (2011) How Users are changing the rules of innovation: directions for future service business research. Tekes Service Research Forum, Helsinki, 19 October.
Flowers, S. (2011) User innovation: Theoretical perspectives and policy implications. Conference on Invention, Innovation and Commercialisation, Technology Users’ Innovation Group, Lincoln University Christchurch, 13-14 June.
Flowers, S. de Jong, J., Sinozic, T. and Von Hippel, E. (2010) Measuring User Innovation in the UK. NESTA, London: pp44.
Flowers, S. and Henwood, F. (Eds) (2010) Perspectives on User Innovation. London: Imperial College Press: pp264
Flowers, S. (2010) User innovation: the developing policy research agenda, in S. Flowers, and F. Henwood (Eds) (2010) Perspectives on User Innovation. London, Imperial College Press: p1-8
Flowers, S. (2010) Users, Outlaws and Innovation. Workshop on the Cultural Economy of Open Innovation in Madrid, Spanish National Research Council, 2-3 December.
Flowers, S., Voss, G. and Ujjual, V. (2010) Users & Super-Users: exploring the user innovation landscape in a healthcare technology. Open and User Innovation Workshop, MIT, 2-4 August.
Flowers, S. (2010) Super-Users, users and operators: exploring the user innovation landscape in healthcare technology. International workshop on Users, Innovation and Healthcare Technologies, The Freeman Centre, University of Brighton, 28 May.
Flowers, S. (2010) Over the counter and beyond: User and User-Driven Innovation in a developed country setting. User and User Driven Innovation Workshop, Open University, 8 March.
Flowers, S. (2009) Outlaw Innovation: drawing hackers into the innovation process, in V. Madhuri (Ed) Hacking: A Legal Quandary, Icfai University Press.
Rush, H, Smith, C, Kraemer-Mbula, E and Tang P. (2009) Crime Online: Cybercrime and Illegal Innovation. Report for NESTA.
Flowers, S., von Hippel, E., de Jong, J and Sinozic, T. (2009) Measuring User-led Innovation in the UK. TUHH User and Open Innovation workshop, Hamburg, June.
Ujadal, V., Voss, G. and Flowers, S. (2010) Understanding user Involvement in Industrial Innovation. NESTA Research Fellows Report. NESTA, London: pp42.
Flowers, S., Sinozic, T., and Patel, P. (2009) Prevalence of User Innovation in the EU: Analysis based on the Innobarometer Surveys of 2007 and 2009. INNO-Metrics Thematic Paper, EU, Brussels: pp27
Flowers, S. (2009) From Castle Smurfenstein to Star Wars Kid: The role of hackers in digital media. Innovation without patents: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, University of Geneva, 6-8 April.
Sebba, J., Griffiths, V., Luckock, B., Hunt, F., Robinson, C. and Flowers S. (2009) Youth-led Innovation: Enhancing the Skills and Capacity of the Next Generation of Innovators. NESTA, London: pp42.
Flowers, S. (2008) Harnessing the Hackers: The emergence and exploitation of Outlaw Innovation. Research Policy 37(2) p177-193.
Flowers, S, Mateos-Garcia, J, Sapsed, J, Nightingale, P, Grantham, A and Voss, G (2008) The New Inventors: How Users Are Changing the Rules of Innovation. Report for NESTA.
Flowers, S. and Henwood F. (2008) Editorial - Special issue on User Innovation. International Journal of Innovation Management, 12(3): v-x.
Flowers, S. (2007) From outlaws to trusted partners: challenges in mobilising user-centric innovation in R&D projects
. IRNOP 2007, Brighton, UK, 19-21 September.