2008.09.15 Consolidating Research and Innovation for European SMEs

2008.09.15 Consolidating Research and Innovation for European SMEs

title : 2008.09.15 Consolidating Research and Innovation for European SMEs
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teaser : This paper, given as the keynote presentation at the French Presidency Conference on 15th September 2008, examines the situation with regard to research and innovation in Europe in relation to United States, Japan, China and other countries. It examines innovation and competitiveness in the global economy in order to secure a broad-based strategy for innovation that is also relevant at the level of the local community. It discusses:

1) Developing the local environments that will engage enterprises of all sizes; enable them to grow; and usefully concentrate relevant knowledge and skills;

2) Obtaining stronger customer and societal demand for innovation; and

3) Providing consistent, appropriate regulation and policy support.

The paper argues the need for far better policy coordination based on understanding how innovation works in open, global economies and recognition of European strengths and opportunities.

Consolidating Research and Innovation, Andrew Dearing, Paris, 15.09.2008 (113 Kbytes)
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This paper, given as the keynote presentation at the French Presidency Conference on 15th September 2008, examines the situation with regard to research and innovation in Europe in relation to United States, Japan, China and other countries. It examines innovation and competitiveness in the global economy in order to secure a broad-based strategy for innovation that is also relevant at the level of the local community. It discusses:

1) Developing the local environments that will engage enterprises of all sizes; enable them to grow; and usefully concentrate relevant knowledge and skills;

2) Obtaining stronger customer and societal demand for innovation; and

3) Providing consistent, appropriate regulation and policy support.

The paper argues the need for far better policy coordination based on understanding how innovation works in open, global economies and recognition of European strengths and opportunities.

Consolidating Research and Innovation, Andrew Dearing, Paris, 15.09.2008 (113 Kbytes)









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