Conference on Globalisation and the Knowledge Economy
Much ink has been spilled on the subject of globalisation, including by the OECD. Concerns on globalisation’s actual or imaginary destabilising effects on jobs, incomes or (by definition national or local) political control on economic activity have been extensively studied. There is, however, an entire facet of globalisation that remains in relative obscurity. What is the link between innovation, structural change and productivity growth on the one hand, and the intensification of cross-border economic linkages? Which drives which? To what extent? Conversely, what is the scope for public policy in implementing a national innovation and growth strategy in the global economy?
|Classification:||F0 - International Economics. General ; O3 - Technological Change; Research and Development|
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