sábado, 2 de febrero de 2013

The Economist | Growth: The great innovation debate

The Economist
Growth
Fears that innovation is slowing are exaggerated, but governments need to help it along
WITH the pace of technological change making heads spin, we tend to think of our age as the most innovative ever. We have smartphones and supercomputers, big data and nanotechnologies, gene therapy and stem-cell transplants. Governments, universities and firms together spend around $1.4 trillion a year on R&D, more than ever before.

La necesidad que el gobierno apoye efectivamente a la innovación para el desarrollo y beneficio de nuestro país. La innovación es tarea de todos.


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