The innovation systems which might increase the competitive advantage and technological capabilities are less focused on the developing countries and still have the gap to study that whether an innovation system is explicitly exist or apply to the countries or the countries should change their system to integrate more innovative capabilities. In this paper, we explore the innovation system in less successful developing countries using Thailand as a case study to characterize how the innovation system, specifically national innovation system (NIS), applies and impacts Thailand as a whole and what the policy and theoretical implication should be to change its system. The national innovation system, a set of distinct institutions which jointly and individually contribute to the development and diffusion of new technologies, is used as a tool for policy analysis and provides the framework for governments to form and implement policies to influence the innovation process.
- Economic Policy,
- National Innovation System
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