Mode 3 knowledge production: Systems and systems theory, clusters and networks

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Carayannis, Elias G.; Campbell, David F. J.; Rehman, Scheherazade S.;

With the comprehensive term of "Mode 3," we want to draw a conceptual link between systems and systems theory and want to demonstrate further how this can be applied to knowledge in the next steps. Systems can be understood as being composed of "elements", which are tie... View more
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