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Estabilidad y cambio en las políticas andaluzas de ciencia, tecnología e innovación

AuthorsRomero, Marta; Cruz Castro, Laura ; Sanz Menéndez, Luis
KeywordsPublic policies
R&D Regional policies
Political preferences
Policy diffusion
Interests and institutions
Issue DateApr-2003
SeriesDT 03-04
AbstractThis article describes and analyses the Andalusian Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy evolution from the mid eighties up to 2001, using an analytical framework that takes on board several variables such as models and ideas, interests, political preferences, institutions and socio-economic factors. Andalusia was one of the first Spanish Autonomous Communities to initiate a regional science, technology and innovation policy. The isolation of the scientific and technological domains has been one of the key features of STI policy in this region, with a clear predominance of the first over the second. It is argued that the key explanatory factor of the initial academic orientation of Andalusia STI regional policy and of its consolidation and stability over time has been the strength of university and scientific interests within the region al political game.
DescriptionPublicado en: Revista Internacional de Sociología, 35: 7-51, 2003
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