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National Innovation Systems, Social Inclusion and Development

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  • Gabriela Dutrénit
  • Judith Sutz

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The book has a strong theoretical foundation with empirical illustrations from diverse Latin American countries. As a whole, it offers a comprehensive exploration of the foundations of the theory of National Innovation Systems. The authors explore the particular problems that many Latin American countries have faced when trying to build innovation systems associated with development strategies, particularly those that take into account social inclusion.

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  • Gabriela Dutrénit & Judith Sutz (ed.), 2014. "National Innovation Systems, Social Inclusion and Development," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number 15491.
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    Keywords

    Development Studies; Economics and Finance; Innovations and Technology;
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    • A2 - General Economics and Teaching - - Economic Education and Teaching of Economics
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