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Competitiveness, systems of innovation and the learning economy: the forest sector in Costa Rica



Competitiveness, systems of innovation and the learning economy: the forest sector in Costa Rica



Forest Policy and Economics 5(4): 373-384



The different sectors of the economy, and the forest sector in particular, must create innovations in order to survive and to be competitive. Scientific knowledge should be introduced and institutionalized into the forest processes, but also knowledge derived from other sources such as user producer relationships and others should be incorporated.

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DOI: 10.1016/s1389-9341(03)00036-4


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