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OECD-World Bank Innovation and Growth Book Now Available

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Innovation is crucial in long-term economic growth, even more so in the aftermath of the financial and economic crisis. Making innovation-driven growth happen requires action in a wide range of policy areas, from education and science and technology, to product and labor markets and trade. The OECD and the World Bank are joining forces to work more closely on innovation, particularly insofar as this issue is a crucial factor in the success of development policy, notably in middle-income economies.

In this volume, Innovation and Growth: Chasing a Moving Frontier, edited by Vandana Chandra, Deniz Erocal, Pier Carlo Padoan, and Carlos A. Primo Braga, the two organizations jointly take stock of how globalization is posing new challenges for innovation and growth in both developed and developing countries, and how countries are coping with them. The authors discuss options for policy initiatives that can foster technological innovation in the pursuit of a faster and sustainable growth.

For more information about the content of this new book, and to purchase your own copy (e-book and print versions available), please visit this link.

You can also view the World Bank's work on Growth Analytics or the OECD Innovation Strategy website for more information about the topic.

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Submitted by C. Mohan on
A fully streamed version of the video of the talk "Can India be an Innovation Superpower" by IBM Fellow Dr. C. Mohan is available at http://bit.ly/iisVid The talk slides are at http://bit.ly/CMiisp Abstract: http://bit.ly/b0F2Wc Poster: http://bit.ly/9lGNBd Photos: http://bit.ly/CMiisP This talk was given as part of the University of California at Santa Cruz's Mapping the Future of India Talk Series at the India Community Center in Milpitas (California) on 24 March 2010. People on low bandwidth connections for whom the above streamed version of the video is not being received well can download the original 179 MB video at http://bit.ly/IISvid and view in offline mode. Comments are welcome! C. Mohan, http://bit.ly/CMbioS

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