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The vicissitudes of Spanish science and technology policy: coordination and leadership

AuthorsSanz Menéndez, Luis ; Muñoz, Emilio ; García, Clara Eugenia
KeywordsPolítica tecnológica
Issue DateOct-1993
SeriesDocumentos de Trabajo - Unidad de Políticas Comparadas (CSIC)
DT 93-13
AbstractS&T were low prioritues in Spain until the mid 70s. The socialist governement, aided by D&T policies elsewhere and the emerging policyentrepeneur, made reforms to better co-ordinate public S&T. Institutional weaknesses were an obstacle, initially masked by strong leadership, policy entrepreneurs, reduced bureaucratic powers, and poor representation of some groups.
DescriptionPublicado en Science and Public Policy, 20 (6): 370-380, 1993.
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