OECD reports on governance of public research

January 2004
Outlook on Science Policy;Jan2004, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p7
Presents an update on the reports by OECD about the governance of public sector . Review of challenges faced by science systems; Increase in business share in public research institutions; Highlights of the allocation mechanisms for funding public research.


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