Criteria for evaluation of policies for promotion of innovation by enterprises
Innovation is one of important factors to help enterprises in enhancing their competition positions and then pushing up fast and sustainable socio-economic development in international competitive markets. This fact is internationally acknowledged largely. In actual global competitive context, enterprises are facing a tough choice: innovation and R&D or bankruptcy. Supports from the State through policies and mechanisms are important driving forces to push enterprises to do innovations for development. The set up of criteria for evaluation of policies for promotion of innovation by enterprises has highly important roles for decision making by individuals or organizations. This paper is to give answers to the following questions: (i) What are policies for promotion of innovation by enterprises? (ii) What are factors which make impacts to policies for promotion of innovation by enterprises? and (iii) What are criteria for evaluation of policies for promotion innovation by enterprises?
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