TECHNOLOGICAL SOVEREIGNTY: FORGOTTEN FACTOR IN THE ‘HI-TECH’ RAZZAMATAZZ
By Paul Grant
Technological sovereignty is the capability and the freedom to select, to generate or acquire and to apply, build upon and exploit commercially technology needed for industrial innovation. It is to be distinguished from technological self-sufficiency, which is the possession of, or the ability to generate readily, all technology required. Australia’s past failure to take the sovereignty factor into account has far-reaching implications for future industry/technology strategy.
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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation
Volume 1, Issue 2