Science and the Turkey’s Expertise

Albeit Christmas is rapidly coming to town, let’s imagine a turkey living in a farm. The turkey feels that everything is just fine because she is in safe, gets food on a daily basis; therefore she assumes that this trend will just continue in the future. However, when Christmas comes, people cut the turkey. All the turkey’s assumptions based on path-experiences and perceptions suddenly fell apart. It turned out that
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Innovation: Fiscal Decentralisation and Corruption

In this short post, we are to provide support to the argument that the degree of fiscal decentralisation affects the innovation milieu of a country through influencing the closeness among relevant stakeholders (public, private and third sector). Closeness, corruption, innovation milieu To this end, we have two considerations: (i) a more decentralised structure is closer to the society and thus it promises more fiscal
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