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Lower Silesias Innovation Strategy
Regionalna Strategia Innowacji - Dolnośląska Strategia Innowacji (2005 - 2010)

At the end of the 20th century, globalisation, eventually, unblocked the processes of economic growth in the so-called Third World. In the light of the emerging economic reality, countries and regions face the fundamental choices: either to develop innovative economic or else they will be forced to compete with China as far as production costs are concerned. China will not become a highly developed country until the next year, when it is going to spend twice as much of GDP interests on testing than Poland.

For the wealthy and moderately wealthy societies, the choice seems obvious. The rejection of the innovative way of development would, as a consequence, mean equating living standards downwards. The understanding of the gravity of the situation has underlied the concept of the economy based on knowledge, was expressed in the Lisbon Strategy and explains the need to formulate the national and regional innovative strategies.
The implementing of various innovative strategies has not, however, brought any expected economic profits so far. It is more and more emphasised that the defeats in this field emerge from the erroneous understanding of the nature of innovative processes. Procedural policy of support based on this understanding fails.

The presented Lower Silesia Innovation Strategy is based on the conviction that innovation in itself is of cultural phenomenon and the growth of social capital resources of Lower Silesia is the key to success. Only then the fragments of the innovative system, already existing in the region, can be integrated into the functioning whole. Only then the import of technologies and capital will favour the development of the economy based on knowledge. Such a diagnosis does not promise an easy success but in case of prosperity it gives realistic chances of improving the competitive position of the region. It should be noticed that if the innovative economy could be simply bought, it would not be affordable and the most innovative region in Europe would be the former GDR.

Załączniki:
Pobierz plik (Lower_Silesias_Innovation_Strategy.pdf)dsi_ris.pdf[Lower Silesia’s Innovation Strategy]
Data: 28.07.2009 Aktualizacja: 04.08.2009
 
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