Publication detail

Education as a Factor of Successful Innovation Policy

PUTNOVÁ, A. SLAVÍK, J. CEBÁKOVÁ, A.

Original Title

Education as a Factor of Successful Innovation Policy

English Title

Education as a Factor of Successful Innovation Policy

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Innovation strategies in the EU countries and EU as a whole may be thought of as competition strategies. This paper is concerned with innovations focusing on industry and technical education. It compares the rate of innovation in the Czech Republic with the investment in education. In our opinion, the stagnating innovation is, among others, due to the stagnating numbers of technically educated people and the rate of support for science and research. The Czech Republic will have to consider these factors to achieve its innovation goals.

English abstract

Innovation strategies in the EU countries and EU as a whole may be thought of as competition strategies. This paper is concerned with innovations focusing on industry and technical education. It compares the rate of innovation in the Czech Republic with the investment in education. In our opinion, the stagnating innovation is, among others, due to the stagnating numbers of technically educated people and the rate of support for science and research. The Czech Republic will have to consider these factors to achieve its innovation goals.

Keywords

innovation, industry, European Union, education, Czech Republic

RIV year

2015

Released

07.05.2015

Publisher

International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA)

Location

Amsterdam, Netherlands

ISBN

978-0-9860419-4-5

Book

Innovation Vision 2020: From Regional Development Sustainability to Global Economic Growth

Pages from

2701

Pages to

2708

Pages count

8

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT115218,
  author="Anna {Putnová} and Jan {Slavík} and Andrea {Cebáková}",
  title="Education as a Factor of Successful Innovation Policy",
  annote="Innovation strategies in the EU countries and EU as a whole may be thought of as competition strategies. This paper is concerned with innovations focusing on industry and technical education. It compares the rate of innovation in the Czech Republic with the investment in education. In our opinion, the stagnating innovation is, among others, due to the stagnating numbers of technically educated people and the rate of support for science and research. The Czech Republic will have to consider these factors to achieve its innovation goals.",
  address="International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA)",
  booktitle="Innovation Vision 2020: From Regional Development Sustainability to Global Economic Growth",
  chapter="115218",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA)",
  year="2015",
  month="may",
  pages="2701--2708",
  publisher="International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA)",
  type="conference paper"
}