The EU in 2040: Envisioning an Inclusive Powerhouse for Innovation and Economic Growth

Dominique Foray , Georges Romme, Per Dannemand Andersen, Marc Gruber, Joachim Henke, Fred Langerak, Jason Li-Ying, Ed Nijsse, Gaétan de Rassenfosse, Isabelle Reymen, Søren Salomo, Christopher Tucci, Thomas Weber

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    Abstract

    The EU and its leadership is often criticized as lacking a coherent long-term vision on Europe’s future. Thus far, EU policy in the area of innovation and economic growth has been primarily framed as an effort to close the so-called innovation gap with USA, South-Korea, and other countries. In this discussion paper, a group of EuroTech Universities professors in the area of Innovation and Entrepreneurship address and highlight several key challenges in the transformation towards an inclusive and sustainable European economy. In the absence of along-term systemic perspective on Europe’s challenges in the area of innovation and economic growth, we propose such a perspective here.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages7
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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    Foray , D., Romme, G., Andersen, P. D., Gruber, M., Henke, J., Langerak, F., ... Weber, T. (2016). The EU in 2040: Envisioning an Inclusive Powerhouse for Innovation and Economic Growth.
    Foray , Dominique ; Romme, Georges ; Andersen, Per Dannemand ; Gruber, Marc ; Henke, Joachim ; Langerak, Fred ; Li-Ying, Jason ; Nijsse, Ed ; de Rassenfosse, Gaétan ; Reymen, Isabelle ; Salomo, Søren ; Tucci, Christopher ; Weber, Thomas. / The EU in 2040: Envisioning an Inclusive Powerhouse for Innovation and Economic Growth. 2016.
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