Chapter 4: INNOVATION POLICY: RATIONALES, LESSONS AND CHALLENGES
Innovation policy has emerged as a new field of economic policy during the last few decades. This paper explores the rationales for national innovation policies, as laid out in the existing literature on the subject, and considers what the lessons and challenges for theory and practice in this area are.
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