Système National d’Innovation marocain
[National Innovation System In Morocco]
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to describe the national innovation system (NIS) in Morocco. Technological inputs (R & D, number of researchers, number of students in science and technology etc.) and the institutional organization of research are discussed. INS in the Moroccan case is characterized by weak of allocated resources and by the dysfunction of its various components
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Date of creation: Jan 2003
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NIS; Technology; R&D;
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