The changing global knowledge landscape - The need for a transatlantic vision and a new pragmatism
Publication: Research - peer-review › Book chapter
It is shown that Bric- countries and especially China has increased their contribution to the global knowledge production dramatically over the last decades while the R&D-effort in Europe and the US has stagnated. On this background different strategies are discussed and it is argued that the both Europe and the US can learn from the pragmatism and willingness to engage in policy learning in China.
|Title||Transatlantic 2020 : A tale of four futures|
|Editors||Daniel Hamilton, Kurt Volker|
|Number of pages||24|
|Place of publication||Washington|
|Publisher||Center for transatlantic relations|