This study assesses what world-leading cities are doing in order to attract knowledge-intensive industries and innovation and thereby be able to draw lessons on how attractiveness can be promoted.
This report describes the growth of the life science industry in Sweden from 1998 to 2014, focusing particularly on developments from 2012 to 2014.
Countries such as China and South Korea are making significant efforts to develop their research systems; this report describes the future of strategic research, focusing on: strategies and control, priority areas, and support instruments.
This report examines how product market regulations influence profit persistence, which provide information about how competitive countries actually are.
This report studies the impact of foreign acquisitions on both smaller and larger firms in Sweden, finding no evidence that foreign acquisitions lead to reductions in R&D expenditures and high-skilled activities in targeted domestic firms.
This report provides an analysis of how selective policies supporting innovation and entrepreneurship have been implemented in Sweden and documents their impact on firm performance, growth, and competitiveness.
This report provides a comparison of experiences from Denmark’s and Canada’s publicly supported venture capital and credit guarantee schemes.
Economic growth from technological innovation tends to spring up in unpredictable places, creating winners and losers.
This report provides a compilation and analysis of international policy experiments aimed at creating the conditions for sustainable energy supply.
Fundación IDEA reports key findings from the "First Forum on Innovation in the Health Sector as an Engine for Competitiveness in Mexico."