Government, Innovation and Technology Policy

Government, Innovation and Technology Policy

An International Comparative Analysis

New Horizons in the Economics of Innovation series

Sunil Mani

This unique book offers a comprehensive analysis of the changing role of government with respect to domestic technology development in eight countries in both the developed and the developing world. The author distinguishes between those countries which can be classed as creators of new technologies (Japan, Korea and Israel) and those which possess the potential to create new technologies (Singapore, Malaysia, India, South Africa and Brazil).


Sunil Mani

Subjects: economics and finance, economics of innovation, innovation and technology, economics of innovation, innovation policy


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