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OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy
OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy: Slovenia 2012
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  03 Aug 2012
Pages: 188 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264167223 , OECD Code: 922011161P1
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This review of innovation policy in Slovenia offers a comprehensive assessment of Slovenia's innovation system, focusing on the role of government. It provides concrete recommendations and identifies good practices.

Table of contents:

Abbreviations and acronyms
Overall assessment and recommendations
-Achievements and challenges: an increased role for innovation in Slovenia’s economic development
-Main strengths and weaknesses of the Slovenian innovation system
-Scope for improving innovation policy
-Strategic tasks and guiding principles
Evaluation globale et recommendations
-Réalisations et enjeux : un rôle accru de l’innovation dans le développement économique de la Slovénie
-Les principales forces et faiblesses du système d’innovation de la Slovénie
-La marge d’amélioration de la politique de l’innovation
-Missions stratégiques et principes directeurs
-Certains principes directeurs
Chapter 1. Economic performance and framework conditions for innovation
-1.1. Macroeconomic performance and productivity growth
-1.2. International trade and foreign direct investment
-1.3. Structural change: Production and international trade
-1.4. Framework conditions for innovation
-1.5. The role of innovation in Slovenia’s future economic development
Chapter 2. Performance in science, technology and innovation in an international comparison
-2.1. Innovation inputs
-2.2. Innovation outputs
-2.3. International benchmarking of the system
Chapter 3. Innovation actors
-3.1. The business sector
-3.2. Universities (higher education institutions)
-3.3. Public research organisations (PROs)
-3.4. Interactions and linkages
-3.5. Human resources for S&T and innovation
Chapter 4. The role of government
-4.1. The evolution of Slovenia’s science, technology and innovation policy
-4.2. Governance and the policy mix
-4.3. Governance structures in supporting public research and business sector innovation
-4.4. National sources for funding innovation
-4.5. European funding and internationalisation
-4.6. Strategic tasks of innovation policy – a functional assessment
Annex A. Meeting participants during the mission of the OECD review team, November 2010

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