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Innovation policy processes: sub-regional trends and findings

Policymaking processes determine the quality and effectiveness of laws, regulations and vertical support measures, which in turn, affect all areas of the economy, including science, technology and innovation (STI), and sustainable development. Getting policy processes right is especially important in times of crisis such as a global pandemic. To sustain innovation momentum in a world focused on urgent, short-term concerns such as keeping national economies from collapsing and ramping up social spending, governments must use resources carefully, especially as public spending grows rapidly.

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