Editorial preface to the first volume of Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

  title={Editorial preface to the first volume of Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship},
  author={Elias G. Carayannis and David F. J. Campbell},
  journal={Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship},
The Springer Open Access Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (JIE) is meant to look far out enough in time, space and across disciplines and focusing on innovation frontiers, events and processes to engender the formation of unique insights and implications for policy and practice, and in this regard, JIE is to focus on the Geography and History of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. We envision the Geography of Innovation and Entrepreneurship as the topological mapping of innovation and… Expand
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