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Innovation Systems and Development: the use of the IS framework along the first ten years of the Globelics conference

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  • José Eduardo Cassiolato
  • Marcelo Pessoa de Matos
  • Helena Lastres
  • Israel Marcellino

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This paper analyzes how the innovation system (IS) framework has been used for addressing development issues. It is based on a review of 1461 papers from the last nine Globelics conferences. We found a rich set of contributions focusing on different dimensions of innovation systems and a growing importance of research lines that link a systemic perspective with issues that are relevant for national and local social-economic development processes that are sustainable and inclusive. There is a great potential for deepening some research lines, especially those in connection with the rich development thinking traditions that evolved in less developed countries, helping to enrich the IS framework and policy agenda.

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  • José Eduardo Cassiolato & Marcelo Pessoa de Matos & Helena Lastres & Israel Marcellino, 2012. "Innovation Systems and Development: the use of the IS framework along the first ten years of the Globelics conference," Globelics Working Paper Series 2012-01, Globelics - Global Network for Economics of Learning, Innovation, and Competence Building Systems, Aalborg University, Department of Business and Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:aal:glowps:2012-01
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