Objectivism should not be a casualty of innovation's operationalization

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 30 (4):413-414 (2007)

We agree with Ramsey et al. regarding the need for new methods and concepts in the study of innovation, and welcome their initiative, but are concerned that their operationalization is over-reliant on subjective judgements
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