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The Knowledge and Innovation Principle of KITA PITA CITUITA

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CITUITA (Combined Innovation Technology Unification in the Advancement); Innovation; KITA (Knowledge in the Advancement); Knowledge; PITA (Power in the Advancement)

The Knowledge and Innovation Principle of KITA PITA CITUITA

In the knowledge economy, knowledge society, and knowledge democracy, the research (knowledge production) and innovation (knowledge application) are becoming continuously more complex by tendency (Baitenizov et al. 2018; Dubina et al. 2017). This also addresses higher education systems and higher education institutions. This is being expressed by concepts (theories) such as the “Mode 3” knowledge production (Carayannis and Campbell 2009), “Quadruple and Quintuple Helix” innovation systems (Carayannis and Campbell 2009, 2010, 2017; Carayannis et al. 2012), the academic firm (Campbell and Carayannis 2016a), cross-employment (Campbell 2013; Janger et al. 2019), cross-retirement (Blasche and Campbell 2013), innovation cultures (Davies and Buisine 2018),...

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Carayannis, E.G., Campbell, D.F.J. (2020). The Knowledge and Innovation Principle of KITA PITA CITUITA. In: Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Springer, New York, NY.

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