OECD: What future for science, technology and innovation after COVID-19?
« The COVID-19 crisis may bring lasting socioeconomic changes, also affecting science, technology and innovation (STI). This paper discusses the effects that the COVID-19 crisis could have on the future of STI and its policies, building on lessons learned from past crises, an analysis of diverse sources of early data and insights from expert discussions in international policy fora. Factors shaping the future of STI include the unequal effects of the crisis on R&D spending across sectors, the accelerated adoption of digital tools and techniques, and changes in the openness and inclusiveness of research and innovation ecosystems. (…) »
source > oecd-ilibrary.org , Paunov, C. et S. Planes-Satorra (2021), « What future for science, technology and innovation after COVID-19? », OECD Science, Technology and Industry Policy Papers, n° 107, Éditions OCDE, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/de9eb127-en