The evolutionary economics of innovation policy evaluation: behavioural additionality and organisational routines

Research output: Contribution to conferenceProceeding

Conference

ConferencePRIME EU-US Early Career Conference on Research and Innovation Studies
CountryNetherlands
CityEnschede
Period2/07/084/07/08

Keywords

  • innovation policy
  • economics

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Gok, A. (2008). The evolutionary economics of innovation policy evaluation: behavioural additionality and organisational routines. PRIME EU-US Early Career Conference on Research and Innovation Studies, Enschede, Netherlands.
Gok, Abdullah. / The evolutionary economics of innovation policy evaluation : behavioural additionality and organisational routines. PRIME EU-US Early Career Conference on Research and Innovation Studies, Enschede, Netherlands.
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Gok, A 2008, 'The evolutionary economics of innovation policy evaluation: behavioural additionality and organisational routines' PRIME EU-US Early Career Conference on Research and Innovation Studies, Enschede, Netherlands, 2/07/08 - 4/07/08, .

The evolutionary economics of innovation policy evaluation : behavioural additionality and organisational routines. / Gok, Abdullah.

2008. PRIME EU-US Early Career Conference on Research and Innovation Studies, Enschede, Netherlands.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceProceeding

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Gok A. The evolutionary economics of innovation policy evaluation: behavioural additionality and organisational routines. 2008. PRIME EU-US Early Career Conference on Research and Innovation Studies, Enschede, Netherlands.