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Explanation of the Topics

  • Heinz Hübner
Part of the Kasseler Wirtschafts- und Verwaltungswissenschaften book series (KWV, volume 1)

Abstract

For better understanding of what has been discussed and worked out within the Working Groups, further particulars on the Topics are described here. Generally, the definition of the four Topics, on the one hand, is based on proposals of participants according to the Invitation for Participation, mailed instead of the usual “Call for Papers”; on the other hand, the Topics are — at least partly — covered as fields of research within the Department of Management Science — Technology Impact & Innovation Research at the University of Kassel. It is obvious that the Topics cannot cover all fields of Innovation Management and Research. As far as other fields were touched, they are described within the Group Work documentations.

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© Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • Heinz Hübner
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  1. 1.Management Science — Technology Impact & Innovation ResearchUniversity of KasselGermany

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