The OECD Innovation Strategy presents an overview of knowledge on innovation processes and trends, as well as recent policy developments and recommendations to make policies for innovation more effective. It brings together the broad range of analysis undertaken since May 2007 with the objective of helping governments to harness innovation to strengthen growth and address global and social challenges.
The OECD Innovation Strategy is built around five priorities for government action, which together can underpin a strategic and broad-based approach to promoting innovation:
- Empowering people to innovate
- Unleashing innovation in firms
- Creating and applying knowledge
- Applying innovation to address global and social challenges; and
- Improving the governance of policies for innovation.
1: INNOVATION: THE POLICY CHALLENGE
2: INNOVATION TODAY
3: EMPOWERING PEOPLE TO INNOVATE
4: UNLEASHING INNOVATION IN FIRMS
5: CREATING AND APPLYING KNOWLEDGE
6: APPLYING INNOVATION TO GLOBAL AND SOCIAL CHALLENGES
7: IMPROVING GOVERNANCE AND MEASUREMENT
8: THE WAY FORWARD
The Report: OECD Innovation Strategy-27052010