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Innovation, growth, and economic policy in an environment of change

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    In this report, we explore innovation as the engine of economic prosperity and argue that the greatest strength we possess is our ability to induce and embrace change, from the integration of new technologies to new peoples and cultures. Indeed, if we hope to remain an ongoing, vital player in the global economy, flexibility is likely to be our most valuable asset.

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    Volume (Year): (2003)
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    Pages: 6-21

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