Reaching out :: C2-531/2000E-PDF

Canada, international science and technology, and the knowledge-based economy /

In today's globalized, knowledge-based economy, science and technology (S&T) are key determinants of wealth creation and improvements in the quality of life. Competitive advantage among countries is primarily determined by the extent to which a country can develop, obtain, and skilfully apply scientific and technological information. Knowledge and new technologies arising through scientific advances are the basis of technological innovation which in turn is the primary driver of wealth creation and economic growth.--Executive summary

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Title Reaching out :
Subtitle Canada, international science and technology, and the knowledge-based economy /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note "In today's globalized, knowledge-based economy, science and technology (S&T) are key determinants of wealth creation and improvements in the quality of life. Competitive advantage among countries is primarily determined by the extent to which a country can develop, obtain, and skilfully apply scientific and technological information. Knowledge and new technologies arising through scientific advances are the basis of technological innovation which in turn is the primary driver of wealth creation and economic growth."--Executive summary. The catalogue number (C2-531/2000) and ISBN (0-662-65310-6) for the bilingual print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.
Date [2000].
Number of Pages 107p.
Catalogue Number
  • C2-531/2000E-PDF
Departmental Catalogue Number 53249B
Subject Terms Knowledge based economy, Scientific research, Technological innovation