Linnas, Raivo
January 2008
Discussions on Estonian Economic Policy;2008, Vol. 16, p98
Academic Journal
The article offers an overview on the generic problems and practical aspects of innovation policy (IP) assessment and evaluation in Estonia. The country's economic policy and IP contain a complex structure of various policy documents, action plans and programs, such as the Sustainable Estonia 21 (SE21), which indicates that there is no purposeful innovation policy in the country. It also offers some insights on the principles and framework for the design of an integrated IP assessment and evaluation model for the country.


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