National Innovation System: an account of Thailand

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The study of National Innovation Systems (NIS) is quite recent and Lundvall suggested a first integrated framework in 1988. Most of the previous studies on NIS examine the roles, interactions of various institutions such as government, universities, private firms, financial intermediaries to study the NIS of a nation. Whilst discussing the attributes of NIS and analysing the Thai innovation system the systematic problems of the Thai NIS are explored. A framework is presented which mainly focuses on building the capabilities of Thailand to increase its economic performance.
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