Practical Guide for Active National Policy Makers - what Science and Technology Policy Can and Cannot Do?
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KeywordsScience; technology and innovation; national innovation system; knowledge; Economic growth; Taloudellinen kasvu; International comparisons; Kansainväliset vertailut; Taxation and Social Transfers; Julkisen talouden rahoitus ja tulonsiirrot; F000 - International Economics: General; O300 - Technological Change; Research and Development: General;
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