Creative Knowledge Environments: The Influences on Creativity in Research and Innovation

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Sven Hemlin, Carl Martin Allwood, Ben R. Martin
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 225 pages
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Mostly European scholars of psychology, business, communications, and other disciplines strive to identify and characterize factors related to the working environment that are conducive to human creativity and innovation.
 

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Different environment demands different approaches in understanding the key those key dimensions of the environment that affect creativity and innovativeness.

Contents

What is a creative knowledge environment?
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CREATIVE MICRO ENVIRONMENTS
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Accord or discord? Tensions and creativity in research
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Changing academic research environments and innovative research
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CREATIVE MESO AND MACRO ENVIRONMENTS
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Strategizing for regional advantage a case study of Ideon Science Park in Lund Sweden
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The industry doctoral student an educational challenge for academia and industry
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Crossnational variation in knowledge search and exchange activities optoelectronics suppliers in Britain and France
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Technological paradigm shifts and new modes of coordination in sciencebased industries
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Scientific research collaboration in South America as reflected in the SCI
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Conclusions how to stimulate creative knowledge environments
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Index
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