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Between the Eagle and the Dragon: Who is Winning the Innovation Race? Paperback – April 22, 2013
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Thomas Barlow has been a research fellow at Oxford University and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a columnist with the Financial Times in London, and Scientific Advisor to the Minister for Education, Science and Training in the Australian Government. He currently works as an independent advisor to governments, universities, and other R&D-intensive organisations.
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I also found the commentary and insights into innovation and what drives and contributes to an innovative climate to be fascinating. This topic is very timely with debates going on at the organisation, academic and policy levels into "how can we be more innovative"? - I definitely recommend this book for people who are interested in innovation in general.
The author writes very well, is an independent thinker and was recently named by The Australian as one of the most influential people in Australian higher education.
So many people these days are future gazing. It is refreshing to read a grounded succinct assessment of such a big subject.