Fagerberg,Jan (2003) "Innovation: A Guide to the Literature," The Workshop: The Many Guises of Innovation: What we have learnt and where we are heading, Ottawa, October 23-24.2003

Fagerberg,Jan (2003) “Innovation: A Guide to the Literature,” The Workshop: The Many Guises of Innovation: What we have learnt and where we are heading, Ottawa, October 23-24.2003
Oxford Handbook of Innovation,Oxford Univ Press,2006の編者の一人のFagerbergによるイノベーション関連の文献紹介
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