A Review Concerned to Research on System Paradigm of Innovation

Qing-dong LI

Abstract


In the research of innovation, the technique innovation, enterprise innovation, national innovation, and regional innovation, they all can be considered as a system that is made up of a lot of elements and correlation, namely innovation system. Up to the present of the development of innovation theory, the integration, network and systematization have been proved to be a trend of development of innovation theory. The article mainly discusses theory of evolution and the specific characteristics of research on the System Paradigm of innovation. Key words: innovation system; System Paradigm; synergistic evolution

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innovation system; System Paradigm; synergistic evolution

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.mse.1913035X20100401.005

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