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”A RACE FOR ATTRACTIVENESS”. Regions and nations will compete to be the most attractive location for future global knowledge based business. Inge Jan Henjesand Dr. Oecon VP knowledge policy Abelia Business Association of Norwegian knowledge- and technology based enterprises.

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A race for attractiveness

”A RACE FOR ATTRACTIVENESS”

Regions and nations will compete to be the most attractive location for future global knowledge based business

Inge Jan Henjesand

Dr. Oecon

VP knowledge policy

Abelia

Business Association ofNorwegianknowledge- and technologybasedenterprises


The misfit between research and innovation

Whatresearchshouldweinvest in today in order

to have innovations in thefuture?

”The misfitbetweenresearch and innovation”

Research in thepast

Innovationtoday

?

Research today

Innovation in thefuture

Innovative capability= Interactioncapability


Expectations to policy makers

Expectations to policy makers)

  • Focus on research and development

  • Focus on education and education quality

  • Focus on innovation and entrepreneurship

  • Focus on venture and competent capital

  • Focus on attracting competence on global basis

  • Focus on knowledge infrastructure

  • Focus on attracting knowledge functions and researchactivities


Expectations to knowledge institutions

Expectations to knowledge institutions

  • Business actors have to take knowledge responsibility themselves (eg: Oslo Maritime Network)

  • Business, research institutions and universities have to engage in closer cooperation (eg: Stavanger Centre for Innovation Research)

  • Universities and research institutions have to relate to business in a better way than today (eg: BI)

  • Regions have to focus on attractiveness (eg: Stavanger)

  • Businesses have to establish strong networks (eg: NODE)

  • Norwegian knowledge clusters have to attract foreign knowledge businesses (eg:OsloCancer Cluster)


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