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Autor
Gregersen Birgitte (Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark), Johnson Björn (Aalborg University Copenhagen, Denmark)
Tytuł
A Policy Learning Perspective on Developing Sustainable Energy Technologies
Źródło
Argumenta Oeconomica, 2009, nr 2 (23), s. 9-33, rys., bibliogr. 38 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Polityka kształcenia, Innowacje, Polityka energetyczna, Energia wiatru
Education policy, Innovations, Energy policy, Wind energy
Uwagi
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Kraj/Region
Dania
Denmark
Abstrakt
The development of the Danish wind turbine industry is an illustrating example of the systemic nature of innovation processes and its dependency on co-evolution and interaction between technological, economic, political, and institutional elements. The paper argues that an innovation system approach and a related policy learning perspective can provide essential insights into the elements and relations influencing both the mutual success story of industry growth and energy policy based on wind power. (original abstract)
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Bibliografia
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Język
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