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Oxford University Press
By Arthur B. Markman, Kristin L. Wood
Oxford University Press, July 11, $45
Can science identify tools that perpetuate innovation? These two professors from the University of Texas at Austin think so. Their lessons are culled from the combined work of engineers, cognitive scientists, psychologists, computer scientists, and marketers.