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|Title||Quiet contributors: The role of the arts, humanities and social sciences in innovation|
Linton J.; Quiet contributors: The role of the arts, humanities and social sciences in innovation ;Foresight and STI Governance vol:12 issue: 3.0 page:6
|Keywords||Administrative innovation; Arts; Business model innovation; Cross-disciplinary collaboration; Humanities and Social Sciences; Organizational innovation; Social innovation; Technological innovation
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85055510768&doi=10.17323%2f2500-2597.2018.3.6.12&partnerID=40&md5=2e7acca9846e01ed12274ad500fd970b
|Abstract||Many countries are directing their attention toward the support of technological innovation in order to obtain economic and social benefits at home while positioning themselves for high margin, high technology export markets. The under-considered and under-exploited role of arts, humanities and social science in innovation is explored in this study. Examples of programs and activities in a variety of countries are illustrated. Insight is offered into why the arts, humanities and social sciences are important to the generation of social and economic benefits through innovation. Furthermore, recommendations are provided for better reaping the benefits that the arts, humanities and social science can provide. © 2018, National Research University, Higher School of Econoimics. All rights reserved.
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