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Goodnip - Good Practices in Nordic Innovation Policies Part 1: Summary and Policy Recommendations




The main objective of Good Practices in Nordic Innovation Policies has been to develop a survey and an analysis of Nordic innovation policy instruments that directly or indirectly are targeting small and medium sized enterprises. The project is to provide Nordic policy makers with information to be used in the development of new or adjusted policy instruments on a national or Nordic level. The project unites researchers from the five Nordic countries: Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden. The study is coordinated by Norwegian STEP, a part of SINTEF Industrial Management. The other participants are NUTEK and VINNOVA of Sweden, VTT of Finland, Denmark's Technological University and the Icelandic research council RANNIS. Report one contains a summary of the PUBLIN exercise, presentations of modern innovation theory and innovation policy developments in the Nordic countries, as well as various policy recommendations. For more information on GoodNIP, see the GoodNIP Web site at

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  • Juha Oksanen & Per M. Koch & Lennart Nordgren, "undated". "Goodnip - Good Practices in Nordic Innovation Policies Part 1: Summary and Policy Recommendations," STEP Report series 200306, The STEP Group, Studies in technology, innovation and economic policy.
  • Handle: RePEc:stp:stepre:2003r06

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