Innovation policy for knowledge –based economy in Central and Eastern Europe: driver of growth or new layer of bureaucracy?
In: Piech, K. and Radošević, S., (eds.)
The knowledge-based economy in Central and East European countries: countries and industries in a process of change.
Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK.
Book description: After the post-socialist transformation, the issues of growth, development and knowledge based economy are back on the research and policy agenda for Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). This volume is the first comprehensive analysis of growth and restructuring in CEE from the perspective of knowledge based economy. Discussing issues such as: Will CEE become a liability or an asset to the EU in becoming a knowledge based economy? How has the tranformation of CEECs during the 1990s affected the knowledge based economies in these countries? What are the advantages and disadvantages of the CEECs growing in knowledge intensive sectors? What have CEECs done to increase knowledge intensity of their economies and what could they do to further upgrade, especially within the enlarged EU?
|Title:||Innovation policy for knowledge –based economy in Central and Eastern Europe: driver of growth or new layer of bureaucracy?|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > SSEES|
Archive Staff Only