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Unintended and Undesirable Consequences of Innovation

@inproceedings{Sveiby2009UnintendedAU,
  title={Unintended and Undesirable Consequences of Innovation},
  author={Karl-Erik Sveiby and Pernilla Gripenberg and Beata Segercrantz and Andreas Eriksson and Alexander Aminoff},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract: Although innovation is one of the most commonly mentioned concepts in social science unintended undesirable consequences of innovation are rarely studied. This study does a literature review of all articles in the EBSCO database, with innovation in the title and which study undesirable consequences. We found only 26 such articles; 1 per 1000, a proportion that has not changed since the 1960’s. An author survey on why there is still so little research on this issue was therefore also… 

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