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Policy Capacity and Innovation

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Rainer Kattel

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Transcript of Policy Capacity and Innovation

Policy Capacity and Innovation
Rainer Kattel
Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance

Two complementary frameworks
These frameworks enable analysis that focuses on
public-private interactions
includes technology, finance
allows for diversity
Example
The task
to create capacity concept that is
...co-evolutionary
...contextual
...endogenous
capacity: typical weaknesses
undifferentation -- state, policy and administartive capacities are not the same
weberian assumption -- one solution,many countries: development agencies a la MITI
exclusivity -- on/off thinking, normative assumption
homogeneity -- one country, one type
exogeneity -- capacity is formed outside the economy
Conclusion
capacity is a relational concept with
co-evolutionary features where
technology, financial structure and public management reforms, along with ideas, ideologies and international dynamics, play key role
A to H are co-evolutionary frameworks
Can be analyzed through policy making features (autonomy, coordination, private sector capabilities, financial structure, etc)
Government as innovation organizer
Innovation bureaucracy
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