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Overview of innovation policy affecting knowledge flows in EU member states.


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Arundel, A and Vonortas, N (2006) Overview of innovation policy affecting knowledge flows in EU member states. In: Knowledge Flows in European Industry. Routledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 321-331. ISBN 0-415-32707-5

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In Europe, public policies affecting the production and dissemination of
innovation-related knowledge are implemented at various levels of governance:
supranational (European Union - EU), national (member states)
and local. Supranational policies have been especially useful for establishing
dense science and technology intensive networks across the continent.
Primary policy tools serving that purpose have been the international
cooperative research programmes such as those organized through the
Research and Technology Development (RTD) Framework Programmes
and EUREKA.]

Item Type: Book Section
Publisher: Routledge
Page Range: pp. 321-331
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Copyright © 2006 Routledge

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