Knowledge Policy for Development (Innovation and the Development Agenda)

This chapter presents a conceptual framework for innovation policy in developing countries, starting from a distinction between innovation systems in which actors are linked and a knowledge ecology in which the connections between actors are weak or absent. The approach distinguishes between the requirements of middle-income and least developed countries and considers the best ways to search for relevant areas of progress in science and technology, the means to advance the knowledge ecology, and the emergence of multiple innovation systems.
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