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Different factors determine innovation in developed and developing countries. Innovation basically emerges in two forms: creating new information via researching a specific subject extensively and performing experiments, in other words making research and development (R&D) investments, is the most fundamental innovation creation mechanism; and obtaining information by being inspired by or transferring the innovations others have made is another mechanism. Whereas the first mechanism can be carried out mostly by developed countries , developing countries cannot produce innovations based on their own internal endeavours due to insufficient and unqualified physical and human capital accumulation, creating a vicious circle, and also to financing problems experienced.
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