Introduction (OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation: Basque Country, Spain 2011)

Over the past decade, the notion of innovation in OECD member countries has broadened, reflecting important changes in the dynamics, scope and patterns of innovative activities. These changes affect all developed countries or regions regardless of their institutional or structural specificities.2 While efforts have been made to improve the measurement of innovation,3 the implications of these changes are taken into account in the policy-making process with a certain time lag.
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