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Roles of University and Paradigm toward Creative Innovation on the Global Scene - Locus: Regional Renaissance and Civilization of Smart Sustainable Polis -
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  • Journal title : World Technopolis Review
  • Volume 4, Issue 4,  2015, pp.182-221
  • Publisher : World Technopolis Association
  • DOI : 10.7165/wtr2015.4.4.182
 Title & Authors
Roles of University and Paradigm toward Creative Innovation on the Global Scene - Locus: Regional Renaissance and Civilization of Smart Sustainable Polis -
Miyakawa, Yasuo; Cha, Sang-Ryong;
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