INNOVATION POLICY IN EUROPEAN UNION FROM A SUPPLY CHAIN PERSPECTIVE
Aikaterini Kokkinou (),
Christos Ladias (),
Efstratios Papanis () and
Panagiota Dionysopoulou ()
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Efstratios Papanis: Department of Sociology, University of the Aegean
Panagiota Dionysopoulou: Director of General Directorate of Tertiary Education, Ministry of Education, Greece
Regional Science Inquiry, 2018, vol. X, issue 1, 141-147
The spectrum of implemented instruments of research, technology and innovation policy is widely differentiated nowadays, reflecting the scope of institutions and interests involved, stretching from public funding of research institutions over various forms of financial incentives to the conducting of research and experimental development, including the institutions and mechanisms of technology transfer. In many European countries, these instruments dominated the practice or research and technology policy for the last three decades. This paper focuses on the analysis of these topics, focusing on the institutional context in European Union.
Keywords: Productive Efficiency; Innovation and Industrial Policy; Supply Chain Management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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