The emergence and formation of Finnish innovation policy. Analysing and understanding policy change
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Recognizing the limitations of existing approaches to explain changes in STI policies this study investigates Finnish innovation policy as a discourse. The study shows that policy change is an effect of a slow and gradual process where new discursive relations are set by discursive and non-discursive policy-making practices.
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