Additional Information Abstract Capitalist development involves ongoing technological changes in which a series of innovations develop and diffuse.
Sitting governments have long used their incumbency to fix election timing to their own advantage. That said, politics has been a driver of innovation in recent election cycles, with advances like micro-targeting emerging to help political operatives identify, understand and persuade voters.
Innovation, in politics and in government, is essential to progress. So, yes governments should have a role in driving technology innovation. And governments with vision and imagination do exactly that.
Mazzucato passionately makes the argument that countries achieve innovation-led growth when governments make imaginative investments with impact. She points to the effects of government involvement in early-stage development of industries such as the internet and semiconductors.
Tom Mulcair has suggested that one way to boost innovation, research and development in Canada would be to introduce a new Innovation Tax Credit to encourage manufacturers and businesses to invest in machinery, equipment and property to further innovation and increase productivity.
Government can help unlock that capital with a tax credit that rewards innovation. Principled leadership means we need a government that can have constructive conversations with Premiers, so that we can work with provinces to support a Canadian clean energy strategy.
Principled leadership means we need a government that can seize upon the incredible opportunity that exists in the global market for clean technology and make a plan to capitalize on it.
For the past 10 years we have not had that principled leadership in Ottawa… hopefully on October 19th that will change.
Kathleen Monk is a senior communications strategist and frequent media commentator on politics and public affairs. Canada has been blessed with vast energy resources, but they are not always the easiest to extract and get to market.
The federal government plays a crucial role in driving innovation in the energy sector. Over its tenure, the Harper government has created an environment where innovation is encouraged. Whether it is through investments from the National Research Council or from Natural Resources Canada there is no shortage of innovation funds in Canada.
This program has had success partnering with the energy industry in the past.
Projects currently being funded under the ecoENERGY Innovation Initiative represent a broad interest in energy innovation in Canada in areas such as bioenergy, renewables, and coal and carbon capture, amongst others. One project currently being funded is exploring the potential of deep geothermal electricity production in Quebec in Atlantic Canada.
Innovate or die — it is simple as that. Governments have always played a fundamental role in fostering and investing in innovation and technology. Now, due to climate change, governments all over the world are being faced with questions surrounding their involvement in new and emerging technology and innovation, specifically renewable energy sources.
Canada, a traditional energy superpower, is at a key defining moment in our history as we move forward. The governing Tories are content with the status quo of ignoring renewable energy innovation while supporting the nonrenewable energy sector.
The role of government is to create an environment and provide the resources that foster and encourage innovation to happen.The impetus of war. The Economist importantly notes that there is a difference between innovation and technology: innovation is the actual development of science and “know-how”; technology is the application of this “know-how” in terms of production and society.
It is the latter that matters when it comes to actual increases in. Every later argument on innovation could be found in his pamphlet For God and the King (), the sum He is the selective agent of change, the catalyst, The “technological” in technological innovation stands for goods.
Theorists and others may talk of technological innovation with different connotations, but most of the time they. However the technological innovation which occurred in Stockton in November had proved that heavy machines could be moved over difficult terrain with the use of track-type treads.”.
The research and findings discussed in this dissertation use a historical perspective to examine the implications of dramaturgical action and wargaming for technological innovation in the United States Navy.
Four wargame case studies conducted at the Naval War College between and serve as the basis for the research and subsequent analysis. Far from stifling innovation, a socialist society would put technological progress at the service of ordinary people.
The technological dynamism of capitalism has always been a powerful argument in its defense.
But one of its secrets is that at the heart of this change we find neither bold. There is a consensus surrounding technological innovation in war that looks back on history and makes the assertion that this has led to an exponential increase in casualties.
Whilst this is true, from the advent of stirrups and gunpowder to more.