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From the Publisher"...an outstanding compendium about the human knowledge about innovation, which deserves pride of place in the library of any any scholar interested in the advancement of science." —Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 72, Issue 1, 2005.
"..a timely and monumental tome on innovation research" International Journal of Information Management, June 2004.
"Deserves a place as a reference text for academics, practitioners and policy makers. ... [B]y providing critical questions and outlining new research directions, it makes a welcome addition to the innovation field." Dries Faems, Creativity and Innovation Management, Vol 13, No 2, June 2004.
"Very well compiled in a logical order and there are ample ideas and framework for research on various facets of innovation in a variety of situations." K. Narasimhan, TQM Magazine, Vol 16, No 4, 2004
Larry R. Vandervert, American Nonlinear Systems
"I have no doubt that the volumes will galvanize and guide the study of innovation for the next decade."
Joseph Renzulli, University of Connecticut
"This is really a comprehensive and innovative undertaking."
George Swede, Ryerson Polytechnic University
"...should be the defining work for decades."
David Perkins, Harvard Graduate School of Innovation, USA
"From the first campfire and arrowhead, the human condition has advanced through innovation. The International Handbook on Innovation examines with third-millenium savvy the fundamentals of innovation from the neuron all the way up to large-scale social enterprises.
Innovation is a challenging theme, interpretable in so many different ways. If there's one resource I'd reach for, it's the author-rich and perspective-rich International Handbook on Innovation. "
Ronald Goldsmith, Richard M. Baker Professor of Marketing, Florida State Univ.
"The International Handbook on Innovation has been sorely needed; it will remain a comprehensive and essential resource for years."