Professor Johan Schot and colleague Professor Steinmueller have had their cutting-edge theory on innovation accepted for publication. The seminal theory, which led to the creation of TIPC, began life in 2015 as a working paper published by SPRU. The ideas and actions proposed in the paper resonated with many research and innovation agencies around the world, with TIPC forging the way to create a new network of policymakers and academics dedicated to this fresh thinking on innovation. Read the paper.
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