A Brief Alternative History
Chapter 7: Inventing innovation policy
The representation of innovation as a process and a system led to inclusive or integrative policy. An innovation policy is inclusive; it is a whole, a “policy mix”. It concerns several ministries and public agencies; it coordinates many measures or policy instruments; it addresses a large range of issues. In terms of government action, whole or total means the “co-ordinated and concerted action” of several ministries and the combination of direct (funding) and indirect (climate) measures.
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