Japan as a techno-scientific society: the new role of Research & Development

Abstract : In Japan, during the 1990s, a new type of social and economic system was emerging based on a quantum leap in research and innovation activities. This short article written and published by MITI was exploring the conditions, impact and consequences. Today this policy is reinvented and replicated by all industrial nations.
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Alain-Marc Rieu. Japan as a techno-scientific society: the new role of Research & Development. Tokyo, National Institute for Research Advancement Review (NIRA), 1996, Autumn 1996, pp.3-6. ⟨hal-00699363⟩

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