Edited by Louise Earl and Fred Gault
This book takes stock of what is known about the process of innovation and its effects, and the policy interventions that influence both. It provides insights into future research required to support evidence-based policy-making and makes clear the need to take a systems approach to the analysis of innovation, its outcomes and its impacts.
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- National Innovation, Indicators and Policy
- Chapter 1: An Introduction to Innovation and Policy
- Chapter 2: What Do We Know About Innovation and Socio-economic Change? Lessons from the TEARI Project
- Chapter 3: The Role of Benchmarks and Targets in Canadian Innovation Policy
- Chapter 4: Innovation in Enterprise Clusters: Evidence from Dutch Manufacturing
- Chapter 5: Innovation and Other Components of Growth in Canadian Technology Firms
- Chapter 6: Large and Small Firms and Intellectual Property: Protecting Software
- Chapter 7: Innovation and Creativity in City-Regions: What Do We Know, and Where Do We Go Next?
- Chapter 8: Innovation in Human/Social Guise
- Chapter 9: Rethinking Science and Technology Indicators for Innovation Policy in the Twenty-First Century
- Chapter 10: Knowledge, Policy and Innovation
- Chapter 11: Insights into Innovation, Indicators and Policy
- Name index
- Subject Index
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