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Regional innovation policies: the persistence of the linear model in Spain

AuthorsFernández de Lucio, Ignacio ; Mas-Verdú, Francisco; Tortosa, Enrique
KeywordsInnovation policy
Regional innovation systems
Issue Date2010
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationService Industries Journal 30(5):749-762 (2010)
AbstractThis paper offers a comparative analysis of the innovation policy generations developed and implemented by different Spanish regions. The authors find three main approaches. Most regions follow linear-type policies that are not specifically adapted to the system of innovation in which they are applied. A small number of regions are implementing more-advanced policies characterised by (1) fostering mutual-learning across the actors in the innovation system and (2) the development of an institutional framework with many intermediate organisations and infrastructures providing knowledge-intensive services.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02642060802398093
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