National innovation systems and the intermediary role of industry associations in building institutional capacities for innovation in developing countries: A critical review of the literature

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Developed over the past three decades, the national innovation system concept (NIS) has been widely used by both scholars and policy makers to explain how interactions between a set of distinct, nationally bounded institutions supports and facilitates technological change and the emergence and diffusion of new innovations. This concept provides a framework… (More)

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@inproceedings{Watkins2015NationalIS, title={National innovation systems and the intermediary role of industry associations in building institutional capacities for innovation in developing countries: A critical review of the literature}, author={Andrew Watkins and Theo Papaioannou and Julius Mugwagwa and Dinar Kale}, year={2015} }