About Kai LiKai Li is Senior Associate Dean, Equity and Diversity, UBC Sauder School of Business. University of British Columbia.
By Kai Li. Posted August 17, 2017
Technological innovation represents modern corporations’ endeavors to develop and accumulate knowledge, and it has long been recognized as a catalyst for economic growth and productivity increase (Solow 1957; Romer 1986; Aghion and Howitt 1992) and as a key factor in the competitive advantages of nations (Porter 1998). Read more.
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