By Bruce Smardon
Bruce Smardon argues that the underlying factor in Canada's longstanding failure to innovate is structural, and will be traced to the speedy diffusion of yankee Fordist practices into the producing zone of the early 20th century. less than the impact of Fordism, Canadian got here to rely seriously on outdoor assets of recent know-how, rather from the U.S.. notwithstanding this at the start introduced in titanic international capital and ended in fast fiscal improvement, the ensuing branch-plant commercial constitution resulted in the prioritization of commercial pursuits over transformative and cutting edge commercial suggestions. this example was once exacerbated within the early Nineteen Sixties by means of the Glassco framework, which assumed that the way in which for the federal kingdom to foster family technological capability was once to fund deepest region examine and collaborative concepts with inner most capital. Remarkably, and with few effects, federal courses and measures persevered to stress a market-oriented procedure.
Asleep on the change info the continuing makes an attempt through the government to extend the extent of innovation in Canadian undefined, yet indicates why those efforts have didn't adjust the trend of technological dependency.
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Asleep at the Switch: The Political Economy of Federal Research and Development Policy since 1960 (Carleton Library Series) by Bruce Smardon