Understanding the Canadian innovation system

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Abstract

The paper reports on the qualitative research of the Canadian innovation systems. Primary method employed for the study is semi-structured expert interviews carried out at Southern Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia universities, science and technology offices, industry and government institutions. Principal assumption and purpose of the study is the useful understanding of the Canadian regional policies for innovation to Lithuania and other emerging economies in the Baltic region and elsewhere. The study aimed to review and identify innovative Canadian policies, which can be held responsible for stimulating and means for sustaining technological innovation and technological entrepreneurship, and to compensate for the inherent draw of the larger developed economies.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)92-99
JournalSocial Sciences = Socialiniai mokslai
Volume75
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Innovation system
Innovation
Ontario
Lithuania
Technological innovation
Regional policy
Government
Technological entrepreneurship
Emerging economies
Industry
British Columbia
Qualitative research

Keywords

  • Canada
  • Innovation systems
  • Public policy

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