National Innovation Systems

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National Innovation Systems

Edited by Richard R. Nelson
Oxford University Press, 1993
541 pp. $49.95

An uneven but highly informative report on the systems for innovation-interpreted broadly to mean the ability to continue to compete successfully in a world market-in 15 countries, ranging (in size) from Israel to the United States. But the reader will look in vain for clear recommendations for policy, beyond the importance of a well-educated and flexible labor force.

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