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Demand-side innovation policies have been receiving increasing interest from a number of OECD countries in recent years in the context of slow growth and lagging productivity performance. Pressures on fiscal budgets in the aftermath of the financial crisis have also motivated governments to seek ways to boost innovation without necessarily engaging in new program spending, primarily to meet social demands in areas such as health, energy or the environment. This book examines dynamics between demand and innovation and provides insights into the rationale and scope for public policies to foster demand for innovation. It shows the potential - but also the limits - of using public procurement, regulations or standards to stimulate public and private demand for innovation, including among SMEs.--Publisher"s description

SeriesOECD innovation strategy
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LC ClassificationsHC79.T4 D448 2011
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Pagination186 p. :
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Open LibraryOL25071109M
ISBN 109264098879
ISBN 139789264098879
LC Control Number2011492626
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Drawing on country experience and case studies, this report illustrates good practices for designing, implementing and evaluating demand-side innovation by: 3. Demand-side innovation policy. Edler and Georghiou () defined demand-side innovation policies as ‘all public measures to induce innovations and/or speed up diffusion of innovations through increasing the demand for innovations, defining new functional requirement for products and services or better articulating demand’.

This policy Cited by:   Handbook of Innovation Policy Impact - Ebook written by Jakob Edler, Paul Cunningham, Abdullah Gök, University of Manchester and Philip Shapira. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Handbook of Innovation Policy Impact.

that the distinction between supply- and demand- side policies can be a crude.

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The book is structured around the innovation policy goals outlined in. Laying the Groundwork for Demand-Side Policies. A serious endorsement of demand-side policies within Canadian STI policy faces two basic challenges: the need to shift responsibilities for innovation policy within government and the new strategic intelligence requirements involved.

Both challenges are reflected in figure 1 (page 10). Demand-Side innovation policies have been receiving increasing interest from a number of OECD countries in recent years in the context of slow growth and lagging productivity performance.

Pressures on fiscal budgets in the aftermath of the financial crisis have also motivated governments to seek ways to boost innovation without necessarily engaging in new program.

Comparing Supply and Demand Side policies to Innovation is like comparing apples and oranges. We need to discuss policies that incentivize innovation, especially in the US as a model for the rest of the world.

Technology is the major source of innovation and also among the least monopolized industries with the fewest government interference. The theory of demand-side innovation began to have an impact in when Charles Edquist published “Systems of innovation: theory and policy for the demand side” [2].

Through the e orts of scholars, the demand-side innovation policy theory has matured, and has brought a lot of important results for research into by: 1. The rationale of demand-side innovation policies at regional level There are several reasons for public intervention with demand-side innovation policy according to the potential impacts.

Demand-side Innovation Policies This book examines dynamics between demand and innovation and provides insights into the rationale and scope for public policies. Drawing on country experience and case studies, it illustrates good practices for designing, implementing and evaluating demand-side innovation policies.

This article discusses the theoretical aspects relative to innovation policies (supply side and demand-side), the urban design of the Trinary System and the technical specification process of the Express Bus.

Keywords. innovation, demand-side innovation policies, planning of the public transportation system, Curitiba (State of Paraná Brazil)Author: Mariano De Matos Macedo, Márcia De Andrade Pereira Bernardinis.

Public Procurement for Innovation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. ISBN: Hardback 1 1. Elgaronline 1 8. Review ‘This is a very timely book. Public procurement for innovation has become a prominent tool of demand side innovation policy in recent years. Home Research Research Explorer Publications Demand-side Innovation Policies.

Home; Research; Demand-side Innovation Policies. Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned Publication status: Published - Feb Publication series. Name: Policy Brief No 1 ().

European Trend Chart on Innovation Policy: Publisher: European Cited by: The theory of demand-side innovation began to have an impact in when Charles Edquist published “Systems of innovation: theory and policy for the demand side”. Through the efforts of scholars, the demand-side innovation policy theory has matured, and has brought a lot of important results for research into by: 1.

This book focuses on Public Procurement for Innovation. Public Procurement for Innovation is a specific demand-side innovation policy instrument. It occurs when a public organization places an order for a new or improved product to fulfil certain needs that.

The bottom line is that the country’s innovation potential has not been realized and one of the key barriers holding us back is the failure to develop and implement policies that support the full innovation cycle from creation through to adoption.

Fundamentally, Canada is ignoring demand-side innovation policies. field of public procurement for innovation.’ – Stefan Kuhlmann, University of Twente, the Netherlands, President of the European Forum for Studies of Policies for Research and Innovation Public procurement for innovation (PPI) is a File Size: 7MB.

Downloadable. Policy interest in demand-side initiatives has grown in recent years. This may reflect an expectation that demand-side policy could be particularly effective in steering innovation to meet societal needs.

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In addition, owing to constrained public finances in most OECD countries, the possibility that demand-side policies might be less expensive than direct support measures. "The dominant role of users in the scientific instrument innovation process," Research Policy, Elsevier, vol.

5(3), pagesJuly. Nachum & C. Wymbs, " Firm-Specific Attributes and MNE Location Choices: Financial and Professional Service FDI To New York And London," Working Papers wp, Centre for Business Research, University. Primer on Demand-Side Management With an emphasis on price-responsive programs PREPARED FOR The World Bank H Street N.W.

Washington, DC PREPARED BY Charles River Associates College Avenue, Suite 26 Oakland, California February CRA No. DFile Size: KB. This has been done by developing theoretical and empirical underpinnings for demand-side innovation policies, notably in the use of large-scale public procurement budgets to drive innovation.

The team’s work is heavily cited and quoted in high level policy documents and has led to the design and application of several new types of policy. Theoretical and policy perspectives on innovation. Innovation policies can be classified as demand-side oriented or supply-side oriented.

Similarly, theories of the innovation process can be classified as being linear or are important parallels and logical connections to be drawn between these two by: General Overviews. For a comprehensive introduction to the key policy issues, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development is an analysis that in many ways provide a benchmark for research on science, technology, and innovation in China and was designed to assist the Chinese leadership to formulate policies for the following decade.

Overviews of. Holistic Innovation Policy puts forward a novel framework for the design and analysis of innovation policy. It provides a theoretically anchored foundation for the design of holistic innovation policy by identifying the core problems that tend to afflict innovations and the activities of innovation systems, including the unintended consequences of policy by: 3.

'This is a very timely book. Public procurement for innovation has become a prominent tool of demand-side innovation policy in recent years. A better understanding of the underlying assumptions and intentions, as well as the opportunities of this bundle of instruments and their limitations, is highly relevant for both innovation policy analysts Format: Hardcover.

3. Demand side innovation policy tools: procurement for innovation, voluntary standards and regulations. In this section we will provide a review of emerging research and practice pertaining to the use of three demand-side innovation policy tools: procurement for innovation, voluntary standards and by:   This chapter reviews policy instruments that are primarily geared towards supporting private demand for innovation.

It starts by introducing the logic of demand-side innovation policy. It defines demand-side innovation policy as all public action to induce innovation and/or speed up the diffusion of innovation through increasing the demand for innovation, Cited by: 6.Demand-side innovation policies This book examines dynamics between demand and innovation and provides insights into the rationale and scope for public policies to foster demand for innovation.

It shows the potential - but also the limits - of using public procurement, regulations or standards to stimulate public and private.