Some articles on innovation, national, national innovation:
... Systems of Innovation are frameworks for understanding innovation which have become popular particularly among policy makers and innovation researchers first in Europe, but now anywhere in the world as in ... The concept of a 'system of innovation' was introduced by B.-Å ... actually goes back at least to the Friedrich List´s conception of “The National System of Political Economy” (1841), which might just as well have been called “The National System of Innovation” (Free ...
... The Review of the National Innovation System was a process established in January 2008 by the Government of Australia and coordinated by an expert panel ... a green paper examining the Australian national innovation system ...
Famous quotes containing the words innovation and/or national:
“Both cultures encourage innovation and experimentation, but are likely to reject the innovator if his innovation is not accepted by audiences. High culture experiments that are rejected by audiences in the creators lifetime may, however, become classics in another era, whereas popular culture experiments are forgotten if not immediately successful. Even so, in both cultures innovation is rare, although in high culture it is celebrated and in popular culture it is taken for granted.”
—Herbert J. Gans (b. 1927)
“A good man will not engage even in a national cause, without examining the justice of it.”
—Samuel Richardson (16891761)