Some problems of science-technology strategies through comparison with science-technology policies

  • Hoang Xuan Long
  • Hoang Lan Chi
Keywords: Science-technology strategy, Science-technology policy


Science-technology strategies and science-technology policies are different from their visions, long term or short term, scopes of interests, global or sectorial, applied commonly for the whole science-technology sector or for specifically selected topics. These aspects were dealt in numerous documents. Nevertheless this paper tries to clarify certain aspects. Here, the authors note some remarkable comparisons on the roles and their meanings, indicators in objectives, opposite sides in building related documents and evaluating outcomes of their main components.

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How to Cite
Long, H., & Chi, H. (2019, July 16). Some problems of science-technology strategies through comparison with science-technology policies. Journal SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICIES AND MANAGEMENT, 8(2), 51-69. Retrieved from
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