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The scientific impact of nations on scientific and technological development

  title={The scientific impact of nations on scientific and technological development},
  author={Aurelio Patelli and Giulio Cimini and Emanuele Pugliese and Andrea Gabrielli},
Determining how scientific achievements influence the subsequent process of knowledge creation is a fundamental step in order to build a unified ecosystem for studying the dynamics of innovation and competitiveness. Yet, relying separately on data about scientific production on one side, through bibliometric indicators, and about technological advancements on the other side, through patents statistics, gives only a limited insight on the key interplay between science and technology which, as a… 

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