Miejsce nauki w kreowaniu innowacji we współczesnych gospodarkach
The Role of Science in Creating Innovations of Modern Economies
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Nowadays modern economies strongly rely on knowledge, because of its ability to support economic development and wealth. The knowledge, and especially the scientific knowledge is a factor of great importance for the economic development. Innovations at present, more often result from theoretical research than form business practice. The innovation process, traditionally shaped in a 3 level process of basic, applied research and experimental development is a subject to change. The change concerns both the presence of science in the innovation process as a whole (chain linked model) and the change in the essence of knowledge - important notice on the "tacit" nature of knowledge shows that the human factor in innovation process broadens the sense of innovation process. The networked or open innovation models also encompass scientific research as a part of the process.
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