GROWTH AND INNOVATION POLICIES FOR A KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY : EXPERIENCES FROM FINLAND , SWEDEN , AND SINGAPORE

@inproceedings{Blomstrm2002GROWTHAI,
  title={GROWTH AND INNOVATION POLICIES FOR A KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY : EXPERIENCES FROM FINLAND , SWEDEN , AND SINGAPORE},
  author={Magnus Blomstr{\"o}m and Ari Kokko and F. Sj{\"o}holm},
  year={2002}
}
Technical progress is at the heart of economic growth and development. New or improved technology can be achieved through own research and innovations or through the absorption and adaptation of foreign technologies. To facilitate such technical progress requires a complex system of supporting institutions and good economic policies. This paper analyzes technical progress and innovation policies in three small open economies: Finland, Sweden and Singapore. All three economies have transformed… CONTINUE READING

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