AbstractThe following podcast shows an interview in mp3 format made to Dr. Paul Nightingle, Senior Fellow and Senior Lecturer from SPRU-Freeman Centre (University of Sussex- United Kingdom), Visitor Lecturer in the course Technology Change Management, from the Technology Management Master Degree (Universidad de Talca-Chile). In this occasion Dr. Nightingale answers some questions from Sergio Diez de Medina, JOTMI Managing Editor, discussing the role of policies in science, technology and innovation.
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