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AI and Society 8 (2):131-141 (1994)
|Abstract||This paper leads to apply some recent developments in the economic literature dealing with the concept of innovation systems to the problem of economic cohesion in Europe. Starting from a definition of innovation systems, it allows to consider firms and sets of intstitutions as two main but different types of innovation systems. This distinction is the source of a discussion about the nature of the coordination problems which appear when considering the European diversity of innovation systems. The different combinations between innovation systems developed in the paper are a useful means of discussing European policy intervention and its ability to favour (or not) economic cohesion|
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