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Science, Vol. 25. No. 4. pp. 685–703. 23 Goldstein, H. A. (2002) Universities as Regional Growth Engines: The Case of the Research Triangle of North Carolina. In: Varga, A. & Szerb

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innovation has been used: innovation has been conceived as deviating from routine practice to produce better results. A key concept guiding the design of data collection has been what we call the ‘innovation triangle’, inspired by Engeström's activity theory

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triangle’ of Gottlob Frege. 21 The triangle has three angles. At the peak we find the sign (a symbol, substituting reality) and at the bottom two anchors connecting the sign to reality. One is sense or meaning the mental content called up by the sign; the

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–subordinate, and the GE appears in the subordinate self-expectations triangle (Figure  11 ). Hence, both in Ovid’s Metamorphoses and in the scientific demonstration, the story of Pygmalion and Galatea is intertwined. Figure 11

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): Ladder, stars and triangles. Old and new theory for the practice of public participation. International Journal of Market Research Vol. 48 No. 3, 305–319. Moore, S. A. (1996): Defining “successful” environmental dispute

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