Analyze This

Published in: Public Service Review: European Union, no. 21, 27 Apr. 2011, p. 324-326

Posted on RAND.org on April 01, 2011

by Joanna Chataway, Molly Morgan Jones

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Assessing the impact of science and technology investment depends on the recognition of the complex dynamic between economic growth and social wellbeing. Three policy research areas can be used to frame and develop an evidence-based understanding of the current challenges and opportunities: science policy; innovation policy; and science, technology, innovation and society. The authors consider an evidence-based approach to science and innovation policy analysis.

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