Matching research and innovation policies in EU countries
Reinhilde Veugelers ()
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Highlights The European Union has prioritised the pursuit of innovation based growth and targeting of resources to promote research and development, but performance on innovation remains weak. With the lack of results comes fatigue, waning interest and mounting criticism about policy. Should the EU abandon its ambition to become the most innovative region in the world? We examine EU member state research and innovation policies. We assess whether the deployment...
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Working Paper: Matching research and innovation policies in EU countries (2015)
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