Delivering a new approach to innovation


The OECD Innovation Strategy provides a broad-based approach to promoting innovation

The key findings of the OECD Innovation Strategy as well as two publications were presented by OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría (click here to read his remarks) on 27 May at the OECD Forum 2010.

These Innovation Strategy 2010 deliverables provide policy makers with a comprehensive and cross-cutting policy guidance package setting out the priorities for structural reforms that can accelerate innovation-led growth:

Five interrelated priorities for government action

The Innovation Strategy is built around five priorities for government action, which together can underpin a strategic approach to promoting innovation:

  • Empowering people to innovate
  • Unleashing innovation in firms
  • Creating and applying knowledge
  • Applying innovation to address global and social challenges
  • Improving the governance of policies for innovation



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