Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries
AbstractHow does innovation impact on development? How, and under what conditions, do entrepreneurs in developing countries innovate? And what can be done to support innovation by entrepreneurs in developing countries? This policy brief addresses these questions and explains the relationship between entrepreneurship, innovation and development. Policy lessons are drawn from historical, cross-country and individual country experiences. [UNU Policy Brief 01/2011]. URL:[http://www.wider.unu.edu/publications/policy-briefs/en_GB/unupb1-2011/].
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Innovation; Entrepreneurship; Developing Countries; historical; cross-country; development; economies; investment; production; innovation; location; research and development; psychological trait; domestic firms; Capacity Building; market; educational policies; India; high-skilled labour;
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- Wim Naudé & Adam Szirmai & Micheline Goedhuys, 2011. "Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries," Working Paper Series UNU-WIDER Policy Brief Pb, World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER).
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