on 26 of October 2015 by Arho Suominen
Radical Innovation – Create, Adapt, Co-operate or Centralize
“We are searching for an innovation policy that promotes growth – but we cannot conclude, before further evidence, that this policy must be related to radical innovations, however defined.”
The above qoute was written by Staffan Laestadius during the writing of RAID projects first policy brief. I highlighted it as it works well as an introductory to our policy brief that strives towards having a dialoque on what is the link between radical innovations and growth.
Our projects first policy brief, now published, focused on defining and fine-tuning the content of the project. In the brief, we focus on three themes “Create or adapt – the cycle of endogenous and exogenous learning”, “Co-operation is not the silver bullet” and “Centralized or decentralized” through which we offer vantage points to support dialogue among policy makers and scholars.
The policy brief was published by Tekes and is openly available at the Tekes webpage