DIFFERENCES IN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER BETWEEN REGIONAL INNOVATION SYSTEMS OF DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Abstract

This document’s purpose is, by using the social network method (SNA), to establish the differences between the process of technology transfer among regional innovation systems (SRI) of developed regions and developing regions, in order to derive policy implications for the regions of lower innovation capacity. As such, the goals of the present document are: to characterize developed and developing regions’ innovation systems. Secondly, to propose a battery of policy instruments that stimulate networks and spillovers in order for developing regions to strengthen their systems of innovations.

https://doi.org/10.3232/GCG.2018.V12.N3.05
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