Human Resource Management Practices And Learning For Innovation In Developing Countries
Source: Maastricht University
The use of the systems of innovation framework to study learning and innovation dates back to the mid-1980s (Freeman 2002; Lundvall et al., 2002). The most immediate roots trace back to three pioneering works:1 Freeman's (1987) study on the Japanese innovation system; Nelson's (1993) analyses of the systems of innovation in a number of developed and "Dynamic" developing countries from a historical perspective; and Lundvall's (1992) propositions on user-producer interactions as bases for the construction of national innovation systems. These seminal works have led to substantial research intended to refine the foundations and analytical tools of the framework.