This paper explores the comparative role of governments in fostering the advancement of
technology through business incubation in Australia and China. It suggests an enabling-oriented
approach to government policy and service delivery may stimulate and sustain incubatees’
growth via the development of social capital. Government may also play a critical role in policy
programs that foster learning, research and innovation.
Proceedings2019 Dialogue: Taking advantage of new technology
Place of publicationCarlton, Victoria
Name of conferenceGreater-China Australia Dialogue on Public Administration November 2019
LocationSun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou
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