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Science and Industry. Public - private partnership: a new policy. Atelier du CLORA, Bruxelles, 15 octobre 2008

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The innovation challenge •As for innovation and growth, Europe is falling behind the US •Mainly because the rate of private R&D expenditure is too low •The main challenge: which kind of policy measure is able to induce firms to spend more in R&D? (...).

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  • Jean-Luc Gaffard, 2008. "Science and Industry. Public - private partnership: a new policy. Atelier du CLORA, Bruxelles, 15 octobre 2008," Sciences Po publications info:hdl:2441/9670, Sciences Po.
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