Saturday, September 18, 2010

National Innovation System: Policies

From a study of the national innovation systems of the world’s most competitive nations it becomes clearer that India needs at least three layers of policies:

1) Input-focused policies. These are policies for ensuring there is a sufficient supply of talent and funding, and a mechanism that provides the ability to identify a portfolio and balance a portfolio keeping the national interests in mind.

2. Ecosystem-focused policies covering intellectual property management, creation of standards, innovation infrastructure and partnerships. 

3. Policies for maintaining the currency, dynamism and improving collaboration of the NIS that highlight anticipating the needs and consequences, involvement of the general public, the broad working models for coordination within the innovation actors and entities, internationalisation of innovation activity, and measuring the performance of R&D.
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