We propose a computational model of the quadruple helix innovation ecosystem as a disruptive innovation cause. The proposal holds on twofold: quantum computation and the ecosystem dynamics, which causes disruptive innovations. Harnessing disruptive innovations’ dynamics in an innovation ecosystem is theoretically explained based on the Dirac–Solow–Swan model to describe the ecosystem’s capital accumulations. The quantum perspective of the capital accumulation in the disruption leads to the hyperfine splitting of capital due to the Christensen effect and, therefore, the excitation of disruption factors (capital, technology, and labor) happens from the old status into the new industry of disruption. The capital dynamics junction occurs due to the Christensen effect, post symmetry breaking of the market. We show that the harnessing of disruptions depends on the expansion factor of ecosystem agent capital accumulation on incumbent equations.
- Capital accumulation
- Dirac equations
- Quadruple helix ecosystem model
- Solow–Swan model