Multi-level governance in regional innovation systems
This paper deals with the regionalization of the technology and innovation policies in the context of the so-called multilevel governance. Such regionalization involves several problems. The scope of policies with numerous actors and multilevel governance structures transform the political action into a complex process of negotiations among the different levels and groups of actors. This paper describes the recent theoretical and political developments that relate to the multilevel governance of innovation with numerous actors in the regional field. It is based on a German regional innovation system to assess if the political innovation is suitable to be transferred to the regional governments.
Volume (Year): 70 (2009)
Issue (Month): 01 ()
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