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The Sources of Innovation and Creativity

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The Sources of Innovation and Creativity
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Publisher: National Center on Education and the Economy
Number of pages: 59

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The following pages represent a comprehensive summary of current research and theory on the sources of innovation and creativity, both in individuals and organizations. Based on the recurring concepts in the existing literature, the paper concludes with some recommendations for how education systems can best foster these attributes in students.

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