Fostering innovation in low-income countries
One-day workshop exploring innovation research across four DFID-funded growth research programmes: DEGRP, PEDL, GLM-LIC and EIP-LIC.
Innovation is essential for economic growth and development in low-income countries around the globe, whether it take the form of new technologies, processes, or practices, or the adoption or transfer of existing innovations.
This one-day workshop brought together researchers from four DFID-funded programmes – the DFID-ESRC Growth Research Programme (DEGRP), Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL), Growth and Labour Markets in Low Income Countries (GLM), and Enabling Innovation and Productivity Growth in Low Income Countries (EIP-LIC) – to share findings on and discuss the policy implications of two particular issues: innovation and management practices at the firm level, and skills training and innovation at the firm level.
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