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illustrated with many phenomena and empirical results from the different literatures.
This book explores a range of theories used to explain the phenomenon of innovation and learning in individual thought, organizations, industries, and economies. The author draws on insights and perspectives from management and organization studies, economics, and cognitive science, bringing these together in a unifying framework for an analysis of innovation systems and the management of learning.

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illustrated with many phenomena and empirical results from the different literatures.
This book explores a range of theories used to explain the phenomenon of innovation and learning in individual thought, organizations, industries, and economies. The author draws on insights and perspectives from management and organization studies, economics, and cognitive science, bringing these together in a unifying framework for an analysis of innovation systems and the management of learning.
Autorenporträt
Bart Nooteboom is Professor of Organization in the Faculty of Management and Organization, Erasmus University, Rotterdam. Previous academic positions have included Fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies in Wassenaar, the Netherlands (1998/99); Scientific Director of the Research Institute and Ph.D. School of the faculties of Management and Organization, Economics and Spatial Sciences at Groningen University (1994-1998); and Professor of Industrial Organization at Groningen University. Between 1991 and 1994 he was a member of a committee advising the Minister of Economic Affairs on technology policy. He has also worked for Shell International in both London and The Hague, and for the Research Institute for Small Business in the Netherlands. His current research is on the relation between innovation systems and organizational learning, and attempts to integrate economic issues of innovation with a constructivist perspective from sociology.