Knowledge, Markets and the State
Chapter 4: Singapore and Hong Kong: small, similar but different
The growing importance of research and innovation policy is valid not only for giant countries like China and India but also for smaller countries and geographical entities. This chapter analyses the evolution of science and innovation in two of the “Asian tigers” – Singapore and Hong Kong – and investigates, in particular, the relationship between economic development, state-building and investments in science and innovation.
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