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Low awareness of the link between science and innovation affects public policies in developing countries: The Chilean case

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ABSTRACT: Developing countries share disbelief about the benefits of the endogenous production of science as a tool for economical growth. Hence, public policies to strengthen science and technology and promote the culture of innovation are, in general, weak and sometimes incoherent. Patenting has become not only an icon to protect discoveries which can yield profits […]

Krauskopf M., Krauskopf E. and Méndez B. Low awareness of the link between science and innovation affects public policies in developing countries: The Chilean case. Scientometrics 72 (01): 93-103 (2007)
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