In a recent report Henry Chesbrough, Wim vanhaverbeke, Jeroen de Jong and Tarmo Kalvet explore how policy makers can enhance and leverage open innovation practices in European economies by aligning labor market policy, education policy, IP-regulation, innovation policy and other policy domains in line with the the rapidly changing needs of firms that innovate in collaboration with research institutes, suppliers, customers, innovation intermediaries, and other partners. The report provides a theoretical perspective, a policy framework and case studies for Belgium, the Netherlands and Estonia. Download the article here:

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