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Research outputs: INNOVATION
2021 The value of a 'fixed' mandate for the knowledge commons: a history of the HSRC's role in R&D and innovation measurement (1966-2018)
This chapter traces the history of the HSRC's experience in one specific knowledge field 'science, technology and innovation (STI) measureme...
2020 Opening up new trajectories in the informal sector: can township innovation hubs make the difference?
A key question that this policy brief addresses is: How can township innovation hubs contribute to building local innovation and production ...Download this report
Worldwide, countries have to respond to local and global socio-technological shifts and needs, specifically the transformations wrought by a...
2020 Rethinking open government as innovation for inclusive development: open access, data and ICT in South Africa
Open government has come to be closely associated with innovation for inclusive development (IID). These two areas of practice and research ...