National Innovation Systems: A Comparative Analysis

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • Contributors ix
  • Steering Committee for National Innovation Project xi
  • 1 - Technical Innovation and National Systems 3
  • Note 20
  • References 20
  • Part I - Large High-Income Countries 23
  • 2 - The U. S. National Innovation System 29
  • Conclusion 61
  • Notes 64
  • References 72
  • 3 - The Japanese System of Innovation: Past, Present, and Future 76
  • Notes 111
  • References 112
  • 4: The National System for Technical Innovation in Germany 115
  • 5 National Innovation Systems: Britain 158
  • Conclusions 187
  • References 189
  • 6: The French National System of Innovation 192
  • 7: The National System of Innovation 230
  • Part II - Smaller High-Income Countries 261
  • 8 - Comparing the Danish and Swedish Systems of Innovation 265
  • Notes 292
  • References 296
  • 9 - The Canadian System of Industrial Innovation 299
  • Conclusions 319
  • References 321
  • 10 - The Australian Innovation System 324
  • Concluding Remarks 348
  • Notes 349
  • References 351
  • Part III - Lower Income Countries 353
  • 11 National System of Industrial Innovation: Dynamics of Capability Building in Korea 357
  • Concluding Remarks 381
  • Note 382
  • References 382
  • 12: National Systems Supporting Technical Advance in Industry: The Case of Taiwan 384
  • 13 - National Systems Supporting Technical Advance in Industry: The Brazilian Experience 414
  • Conclusions 445
  • Notes 446
  • References 449
  • 14 - National Systems of Innovation Supporting Technical Advance in Industry: The Case of Argentina 451
  • Notes 473
  • References 474
  • 15 the Innovation System of Israel: Description, Performance, and Outstanding Issues 476
  • Summary and Conclusions 493
  • Notes 497
  • References 501
  • Part IV - National Innovation Systems 503
  • 16: A Retrospective 505
  • Index 525
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