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Introduction

Charles, Edquist LU ; Hommen, Leif LU and Tsipouri, Lena (2000) p.1-4
Abstract
In this volume we discuss theory, evidence, and policy perspectives concerning the use of public technology procurement as an instrument of innovation policy. Public technology procurement (as defined in Chapter 1, part 1), occurs when a public agency places an order for a product or system that does not yet exist, requiring technological innovation for the order to be met.
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Public Technology Procurement and Innovation
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Edquist, Charles ; Hommen, L and Tsipouri, L
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Kluwer Academic Publishers
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978-1-4615-4611-5
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  author       = {Charles, Edquist and Hommen, Leif and Tsipouri, Lena},
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  title        = {Introduction},
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  doi          = {10.1007/978-1-4615-4611-5_1},
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