The Culture of Innovation in Higher Education Processes

  • Sergio Russo


Innovation, according to Schumpeter, is a phenomenon of “creative destruction”. It occurs within history, evolves along with it and constantly transforms it. Innovation has neither age, nor place nor time. In the global village of technological culture, innovation is no longer a choice but a constant of life. Rejecting it can only result in the final exclusion from the modern international community.


Optical Technology Creative Destruction Cultural Policy Global Village Final Exclusion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sergio Russo
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  1. 1.A.I.L.U.N.Nuoro

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