An Integrative Analysis of Innovation Survey Characteristics
This paper analyzes the most common innovation scales used in the popular business media and applies an integrative analysis framework to identify individual characteristics of the surveys, and discover any overriding themes.┬á Finally, areas for further study are proposed.
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