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- Motivations to Link Industrial and Organizational Psychology Science to the Public: Insights and Implications Based on Expectancy Theory by Chao Miao (Department of Management, Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland USA), Shanshan Qian (Department of Management, College of Business and Economics, Towson University, Towson, Maryland USA), Ronald Humphry (Department of Entrepreneurship and Strategy, Lancaster University Management School, Lancaster University, Lancaster UK - (pages I-V). Keywords: Industrial and Organizational Psychology; Motivation; Expectancy Theory; Public Outreach.
- From Incubation to Sustainability: a Case-Study of Graduated Companies in Portugal by Maria Teresa Almeida Cunha Alegre Silva (Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto), Cristina Clara Ribeiro Parente (Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; Institute of Sociology, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; Department of Sociology, Faculty of Arts and Humanities of University of Porto, Porto, Portugal) - (pages 1-21). Keywords: Incubators; Graduated Companies; Science and Technology Parks; Social Capital; Case Studies.
- Trends in Sustainable Energy Innovation: transition teams by Dirk Franco (UHasselt - Hasselt University, Centre for Environmental Sciences, Belgium), Jean-Pierre Segers (PXL, Central Administration, Hasselt, Belgium / Riga Technical University, Latvia / Hasselt University, Faculty of business Economics, Diepenbeek, Belgium), René Herlaar Stedin Netbeheer Netbeheer Netbeheer, Energieweg, Delft, The Netherlands), Anna Richt Hannema (Kartrekken, Haarlem, Nederland) - (pages 22-46). Keywords: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); Maintenance Energy Performance Contract (MEPC); Social Transformation/Innovation; Transition Teams; New Business Models; Innovation.
- Knowledge Resources and Design Activities' Impact on Innovation Types by Yuriko Sawatani (Graduate School of Management, NUCB Business School, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan - (pages. 47-73). Keywords: Radical Innovation; Incremental Innovation; Design Activities; Knowledge Resources.