It is with great pleasure to announce that Charles Edquist and I have submitted the manuscript that will be published as a new book at Oxford University Press. This co-authored book is the fruit of several years of work. Our motivation is based on the belief that the theoretical foundations of innovation policy have for a … Continue reading
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We need to think horizontally when designing innovation policy. This was my main takeaway from the recent “Regional Innovation Forum for Europe and Central Asia”. The conference was organized by the World Bank and the European Investment Bank in Bratislava (Slovakia) and attended by 150 policy-makers and analysts. It focused on the key issues for the … Continue reading
What knowledge competences are important for innovation?
This is a crucial question when designing any innovation policy, yet a very difficult one to answer. There is a broad acknowledgment that education, training and skills are important for the economic and social advancement of any society, here including innovation performance. However the lack of conceptual clarity in the academic literature on these matters … Continue reading