Governance Models and Frameworks for Smart Specialisation

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Governance models and frameworks become increasingly important as the flow of resources for regional purposes increases. Loosely aligned networked arrangements must give way to more formally established corporate arrangements to ensure responsibility and accountability by funding agencies, auditors and national scrutiny bodies. Governance arrangements move from network arrangements through association models and strategic alliances to more formalised corporate arrangements. The Australian RDA model, as it has evolved in the Hunter, provides a basis not only for the development and implementation of regional strategies, but also for assigning responsibility and delivering accountability.
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