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Nye virkemidler for innovasjon – hva gjøres i andre land?



STEP er blitt bedt om å utarbeide en rapport om nye virkemidler i andre land. I oppdragsbeskrivelsen heter det at man for et utvalg av sammenlignbare land ønskes klarlagt. Omfang og innretning av direkte virkemidler for innovasjon, næringsutvikling og internasjonalisering. Hvordan apparatet er organisert Den seneste utviklingen med hensyn til nye virkemidler Strategi og begrunnelser for virkemiddelpolitikken og de nyeste tiltakene Sammenligning med virkemiddelbruken i Norge Rapporten er delt inn i to deler. Første del gir en generell introduksjon til bruken av innovasjonspolitiske virkemidler i OECD-området, mens del 2 inneholder en mer grundig gjennomgang av virkemiddelapparatet i fire utvalgte land: Danmark, Sverige, Finland og Nederland.

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  • Marianne Broch & Per M. Koch & Siri Aanstad, "undated". "Nye virkemidler for innovasjon – hva gjøres i andre land?," STEP Report series 200209, The STEP Group, Studies in technology, innovation and economic policy.
  • Handle: RePEc:stp:stepre:2002r09

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