Dynamising National Innovation Systems

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Promoting innovation requires innovative government policy. Innovation through the creation, diffusion and use of knowledge has become a key driver of economic growth and provides part of the response to many new societal challenges. However, the determinants of innovation performance have changed in a globalising, knowledge-based economy. Government policy to boost innovation performance must be adapted accordingly, based on a sound conceptual framework. Synthesising the results of a multi-year OECD project on national innovation systems (NIS), this publication demonstrates how the NIS approach can be implemented in designing and implementing more efficient technology and innovation policies.

Further reading

Innovative Clusters: Drivers of National Innovation Systems.

Innovative People: Mobility of Skilled Personnel in National Innovation Systems.

Innovative Networks: Co-operation in National Innovation Systems.

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Contents

SUMMARY
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INNOVATION THROUGH DYNAMIC SYSTEMS
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DYNAMISM AND GROWTH IN INNOVATION SYSTEMS
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