Increasingly, researchers and policymakers alike recognize that innovations are generated by complex and dynamic national ecosystems that include government, industry, universities and schools. Because these systems differ by country and are strongly influenced by culture, effective policy and research strategies require a systems approach, in which policy consensus is built on a clear understanding of how each nation’s innovation ecosystem functions.
Scholars and students of innovation and management will find this book an invaluable resource, as will innovation policymakers across the world.
Foundations for Policy Consensus
Epilogue: Systems mindset as foundations for policy
Subjects: business and management, knowledge management, economics and finance, economics of innovation, innovation and technology, economics of innovation, innovation policy
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