Innovation policy involves using policy instruments to achieve societal goals. In order to learn from both past and foreign experiences, scholars and practitioners very often value sources of knowledge about these instruments. This dissertation deals with the role of Strategic Intelligence in both cross-temporal and transnational policy learning. It is grounded in policy research, with the ambition of advancing knowledge on Strategic Intelligence and innovation policy learning as well as on the relations between the two. The entire thesis was driven by a main research question from which two lead sub-questions were derived: How does Strategic Intelligence enable and/or facilitate cross-temporal and transnational policy learning?
|Award date||18 Feb 2016|
|Place of Publication||Enschede|
|Publication status||Published - 18 Feb 2016|