Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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​The Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (CI2E) is a three-volume electronic and print reference that uniquely covers the broad spectrum of topics relating to the process of creativity and innovation, from a wide variety of perspectives (e.g., economics, management, psychology, anthropology, policy, technology, education, the arts) and modes (individual, organization, industry, nation, region). The resource is comprised of some 300 topical entries, definitions of key terms and concepts, and review essays, from ...

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Overview

​The Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (CI2E) is a three-volume electronic and print reference that uniquely covers the broad spectrum of topics relating to the process of creativity and innovation, from a wide variety of perspectives (e.g., economics, management, psychology, anthropology, policy, technology, education, the arts) and modes (individual, organization, industry, nation, region). The resource is comprised of some 300 topical entries, definitions of key terms and concepts, and review essays, from a global array of more than 250 researchers, business executives, policymakers, and artists, illuminating the many facets of creativity and innovation, and highlighting their relationships to such universal concepts as knowledge management, economic opportunity, and sustainability.Entries feature description of key concepts and definition of terms, full-color illustrations, case examples, future directions for research and application, synonyms and cross-references, and bibliographic references.

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“This source will be useful to students and faculty interested in science, psychology, entrepreneurship, and related areas. Summing Up: Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates through researchers/faculty.” (S. E. Fancher, Choice, Vol. 51 (7), March, 2014)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461438571
  • Publisher: Springer New York
  • Publication date: 7/1/2013
  • Edition description: 2013
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1908
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 4.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Elias G. Carayannis is Full Professor of Science, Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, as well as co-Founder and co-Director of the Global and Entrepreneurial Finance Research Institute (GEFRI) and Director of Research on Science, Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, European Union Research Center, (EURC) at the School of Business of the George Washington University in Washington, DC. Dr. Carayannis‘ teaching and research activities focus on the areas of strategic Government-University-Industry R&D partnerships, technology road-mapping, technology transfer and commercialization, international science and technology policy, technological entrepreneurship and regional economic development.

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Table of Contents

Creative Knowledge Environments (CKEs).- Innovation in Business: The Six Honest QuestionsInterdisciplinarity (Interdisciplinary Research)Transdisciplinarity (Transdisciplinary Research).- Academic Entrepreneur, Academic Entrepreneurship.- Preparing a "Creative Revolution" — Arts and Arts Universities in the Creative Knowledge Economy.- Innovation in Defense Technologies.- The Innovation System of IndiaInnovation Policy Learning.- Translational Research.- The Linguistic Dimension of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship.- Innovation by Applied Mathematics.- Cross-Retirement (cross-employed cross-retirement).- Innovations of Direct Democracy.- Academic firm.- Cross-Employment.- Epistemic Governance and Epistemic Innovation Policy.- Quality of Democracy and Innovation.- Speaking Pictures: Innovation in the Fine Arts.- Epidemiology of Innovation: Concepts and Constructs.- Mode 3 Knowledge Production in Quadruple Helix Innovation Systems: Quintuple Helix and Social Ecology.- The Challenge of Global Warming in a Quintuple Helix Innovation Model.- Systems Theory and Innovation.- Artistic Research.- Game Theory and Innovation Analysis.- Translational medicine and the transformation of the drug development process.- Collaborative Innovation and Open InnovationMode 1, Mode 2 and Innovation.- Innovations in Geometry.- SME Growth and Influence of Internal and External Environmental Factors.- Ambidexterity.- Networks and Scientific Innovation.- The Innovation at the End of Life: Hospice and Palliative Care - Reactions in Modern Society.- Democratic Innovation/Innovation and Democracy.- Social Innovation (Social Innovations).- Quality Assurance and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education and Innovation.- National Innovation System / National Innovations Systems.- Semantic Technologies in Knowledge Management and Innovation.- Multi-level Systems of Innovation.- Polynomiography and Innovation.- University Research and Innovation.- Innovation Policies.- Knowledge Capital and Innovation.- N-Tuple of Helices.- The Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations.- Gender and Innovation.- Applied Design Thinking Lab.- Innovations of and in Organizations.- Organizational Slack and Innovation.- Healthcare and Innovation.- Non-Linear Innovation(s).- The Principal - Agent Model in Universities, Problems and Solutions.- Higher Eduaction and Innovation.- The Financing of Innovation: Determinants, Constraints and Policies.- Global university system in the world society.- Citizen Science in the Health Domain.- Techno-Globalization and innovation.- Social versus Technological Innovation.- China's National Innovation System toward an Innovative Country.- Product Innovation, Process Innovation.- Knowledge Society, Knowledge-based Economy and Innovation.- Technology Life Cycles.- From Personal to Impersonal Exchange in Ideas.- The Patent System.- Innovation in Radical Economic Thought.- Innovative Milieu as a driving force of innovative entrepreneurship.- The entrepreneur's “resource potential”, innovation and networks.- Innovation in Forestry: New Values and Challenges for a Traditional Sector.- Political Leadership and Innovation.- A Model of Dialectical Learning.- Joseph A. Schumpeter and Innovation.- Approaches to Creativity Definitions.- Creative Leadership.- Creative Linguistics.- Creative Pedagogy.- GeniusNovologyThe Science of CreativityActor-Network-Theory and Creativity ResearchSimplexity Thinking.- The Role of Intuition in Creativity.- Creative Researcher.- Creative Behavior.- Creativity from Design and Innovation Perspectives.- Business Creativity.- Creative Styles.- Creativity across Cultures.- Creativity Management Optimization.- Measuring Organizational Climate for Creativity and Innovation.- Method for Creating Wisdom from Knowledge.- Creativity Techniques - Use of Creativity Techniques in the Innovation Process 2 H's from Harvard to Habsburg or Creative Semantics about Creativity: A Prelude to the Volume on Creativity.- Idea-Marathon System (IMS).- ADHD and Creativity.- Six Sigma Approach.- A Model for Managing the Intangibility of Organizational Creativity - The Management Innovation Index.- Adaptive creativity and Innovative creativity.- Convergent and Divergent thinking.- Creative Personality.- Creativity and Age.- Creativity and Confucianism.- Creativity Tests.- Decrease in Creativity.- The Art of Innovation: a model for organizational creativity.- Creative Thinking Training.- Creativity and Systems Thinking.- Creativity and the Church.- Conflict.- Divergent thinking.- Four P'sof creativityIdea \ Ideation.- 4Ps in Organizational Creativity.- The Creative Brain.- Creativity and Innovation.- Creative Management.- Creative Collaboration.- Directed Evolution Technology.- Inventive Resources.- Levels of Invention.- Patterns of Technological Evolution.- Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ).- TRIZ Software for Creativity and Innovation Support.- Creativity in Puzzles, Inventions, and Designs: The Sudden Mental Insight PhenomenonState Space Paradox of Computational Research in Creativity.- Creativity and emotions.- Imagery and creativity.- Measurement of creativity.- Strategic thinking and creative invention.- Invention and innovation as creative problem solving activities.- Intrinsic and prosocial motivations, perspective-taking, and creativity.- Invention vs. Discovery.- Interdisciplinarity and innovation.- Cognition of creativity.- Metaphorical Reasoning and Design Creativity: Consequences for practice and education.- Social Metacognition and Micro-Creativity.- Developmental Processes of Critical Thinking in Children.- Imagination.- Preparing students for learning through invention activities.- How material culture extends the mind.- Promoting student creativity and inventiveness in science and engineering.- Developing Radical Inventions.- Effects of Intuition, Positive Affect, and Training on Creative Problem-Solving.- The creative personality.- Psychology of creativity.- Research on creativity.- Experiential Learning and Creativity in Entrepreneurship.- Brainstorming and invention.- Multiple models of creativity.- Fostering creativity through science education.- Teaching as Invention.- Freedom and constraints in creativity.- Social psychology of creativity.- Creativity: Cultural Capital in the Mathematics.- The technological invention of disease.- Artificial Reality Games as Inventions.- Models for creative invention.- Interaction, Simulation and Invention.- Theories of creativity in invention.- Creativity, Intelligence, and Culture.- Analogies and analogical reasoning in invention.- Creativity training in design education.- Mathematical discovery.- Nature of creativity.- Experiential accounts of creativity.- Scientific Inventive Thinking Skills in Children.- Creativity in Music Teaching and Learning.- Divergent versus convergent thinking.- Corporate creativity.- Creativity in Science.- Mental models and creative invention.- The creative mind: Myths and facts.- Identifying and Assessing creativity.- Age and Creative Productivity.- Scientific Creativity as a Combinatorial Process.- Development of inventive thinking skills.- Teaching and learning with humor, music and movement.- The Creativity Machine Paradigm.- Micrographs: where science and art meet.- In Search of the Cognitive Foundations of Creativity.- Invention and modification of a new tool use behavior.- Diversity and entrepreneurship.- Entrepreneurial Capability and Leadership.- Love Money.- Microfinance and Entrepreneurship.- Entrepreneurship Education.- Information asymmetry and business creation.- Spin-off.- Entrepreneurship and small business agility.- Digital Economy and Business Creation.- Entrepreneurship in the creative economy.- Innovation opportunities and Business start-up.- Entrepreneurship and Business Growth.- Social capital of the entrepreneur.- The Entrepreneur and the economists.- The entrepreneur: etymological bases.- Theories of the heroic entrepreneur.- Theories of the socialised entrepreneur.- Extrapreneurship.- Small Business.- Entrepreneurial organization.- Business Cycles.- Innovation and Entrepreneurship.- Planned economly and the entrepreneurial function.- The New forms of Entreprenuership in a Sustainable Knowledge-based Service economy.- Entrepreneurship and National Culture: Hofstede Model.- Knowledge Creation and Entrepreneurship.- Business Emergence.- Business Project.- Entrepreneur in utopian thinking.- Craftsman.- Innovative Milieu and entrepreneurship.- Partnerships and entrepreneurship.- Institutional EntrepreneurshipNetworking entrepreneurship.- Open Innovation and entrepreneurship.- Entrepreneurship in developing countries.- Environmental determinants of Entrepreneurship.- Individual determinants of Entrepreneurship.- Clusters, Networks and Entrepreneurship.- Green Business and entrepreneurship.- Information monitoring and businesses creation.- Business Model.- Interactive Processes in the Form of Creative Cooperation.- Entrepreneurship and Social Inclusion.- Start-up and small business life.- Female Entrepreneurship.- Psychological aspects of Entrepreneurial Dynamics.- Agricultural Entrepreneurship.- Entrepreneurial behaviour and eco-innovation.- Knowleedge capital and small businesses.- Entrepreneurship in International ContextCyber-entrepreneurship and proximity relationships.- Self-made man.- Firm Failure and Exit.- Business Start-Up: From Emergence to Development.- Entrepreneurial Strategic Scanning.- Microfirms.- Corporate Entrepreneurship.- Product development, business concept and entrepreneurship.- Value, transmission and recovery of small businesses.- The Schumpeterian entrepreneur.- Entrepreneurship Policy.- Innovator.- Technological Entrepreneurship and Asymmetries.- Technology Push and Market Pull Entrepreneurship.- Intellectual Property, creative industries and entrepreneurial strategies.- Patents and entrepreneurship.- Angel Investors.- Network and entrepreneurship.- Risk, Uncertainty and business creation.- Entrepreneurial opportunity.- Territory and Entrepreneurship.- Venture capital and small business.- Church and Entrepreneurship.- Industrial Atmosphere.- Academic Entrepreneurship.- Low Tech Entrepreneurship.- Social entrepreneurship.- Social network and entrepreneurship.- Accompaniment of Business creation.- Business Incubator.- Green enterprising and green entrepreneurs.- Institutional Entrepreneurship, Innovation Systems and Innovation Policy.- Entrepreneurship and financial markets.- Small businesses and sustainable development.- Proximity relationships and entrepreneurship.- The health of entrepreneurs.- Creative Destruction.- Financing entrepreneurship.- Business Climate and Entrepreneurialism.- Innovation systems and entrepreneurshipPolicies to promote Entrepreneurship.- Co-conception and entrepreneurial strategies.- Start-up

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