Galician System Of Innovation And Innovation Policies: Balance Of A Decade
This paper explores the main features of the Galician System of Innovation (GIS) and highlights the main trends in his evolution during the last decade. The relative position of Galicia in the European context is charted by using the innovation scoreboard of european regions. The analysis of the main input and output indicators of R&D and innovation activities show the evolution of the GIS along the decade. The article also provides a discussion of R&D and Innovation policies implemented by the Galician Government and the ongoing reforms of High Education.
Volume (Year): 19 (2010)
Issue (Month): ex ()
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