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Research outputs: INNOVATION
2017 Promoting a science, technology and innovation policy for inclusive development in South Africa
The authors address the following question in this policy brief: "How are current public policy goals and instruments aligned with the Depar...Download this report
What can we learn about the nature of innovation in informal settings, and how can that help to inform policy making to encourage inclusive ...
The last decade of the 21st century has so far seen many important elections on the African continent. These elections offer windows for the...
2016 Connecting capabilities in highly unequal developing countries: the case of the Square Kilometre Array telescope in South Africa
Innovation and skills development require interactive capabilities to function effectively. Interactive capabilities mediate between skills ...