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Research outputs: LOW INCOME POPULATION
2011 Food on the table and disease at the door: insights from low-income countries and regions for measuring innovation
An important discussion regarding innovation indicators concerns their relationship with theory. It is theory that tells us something about ...
This is a review of the literature on innovation in the world's poorest countries, published between 1997 and 2008. It asks what role innov...