Innovation policies

The Innovative State: Governments should make markets, not just fix them

The Innovative State: Governments should make markets, not just fix them
by 
Mariana Mazzucato

The conventional view of what the state should do to foster innovation is simple: it just needs to get out of the way. At best, governments merely facilitate the economic dynamism of the private sector; at worst, their lumbering, heavy-handed, […]

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From Welfare State to Innovation State

From Welfare State to Innovation State
by 
Dani Rodrik

PRINCETON – A specter is haunting the world economy – the specter of job-killing technology. How this challenge is met will determine the fate of the world’s market economies and democratic polities, in much the same way that Europe’s response […]

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