Revising and Improving National Innovation System of Countries

Shahin Mohammadpour

Abstract


Advanced and successful countries have founded their economies aimed at competition in intensive technological and scientific sectors by creating, revising and permanently improving national innovation systems. An innovation system is a network of economical factors, whose activities and interactions provide new products, new processes and new forms of organization for economical usage. The key factors in this network include organizations, universities and research centers, government and other supportive institutes such as industrial associations, consumer groups, business supporting organizations and financial administrations. Continuous interaction among these agents besides creation of instructional opportunities makes us to reach the conclusion that it is important to have capability of understanding, mastering and deploying new technologies along with applying a framework for innovation.

Keywords


National Innovation; Innovation levels; economical policies; Growth of innovation

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