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Applying a sectoral system of innovation (SSI) framework to determining future capability requirements for research, development and extension

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Nelle, SV, Pitt, C and Van Moort, JP 2009 , 'Applying a sectoral system of innovation (SSI) framework to determining future capability requirements for research, development and extension', paper presented at the 7th Triple Helix International Scientific Conference, 17-19 June 2009, Glasgow, Scotland.

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Abstract

A sectoral system of innovation (SSI) framework was used to enable industry leaders, public
policy makers and researchers to determine future RD&E requirements in the Australian dairy
industry. If triple helix interactions can be likened to the flow of 'blood' through the 'arteries' of
an innovation system, the study reported in this paper has shown that applying a SSI
framework to assess a system's current health and future fitness can identify specific options
for improving the 'circulation' within the system.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Authors/Creators:Nelle, SV and Pitt, C and Van Moort, JP
Keywords: Systems of innovation, innovation policy, RD&E capability
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