Knowledge, Markets and the State
Chapter 3: India waits: the protracted route to a knowledge state
This chapter is dedicated to India, which affords a similar but at the same time different story from China’s: similar ambitions to showcase the country as a scientific and innovative leader, but with a much less focused and decentred policy approach. The chapter traces the background to this in the colonial heritage, in the fragmentation of the Indian state apparatus and in India’s weak position in the global exchange of competence.
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