An international group of innovation leaders has called for greater global coordination of innovation policies to combat the Great Recession.
At a meeting in Brussels, leading academics and business executives urged governments to better coordinate the R&D, education and other innovation-related programmes included in their national economic-stimulus packages.
To date G-20 governments have announced more than $200 billion in new innovation programmes. But unlike moves to save the global financial...
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