Regional Innovation Systems: The Role of Governances in a Globalized World

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Psychology Press, 1998 - Business & Economics - 499 pages
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Set within a broadly economics perspective, this study provides accounts of the systems interactions occurring between firms and the innovation support infrastructure. Cases are drawn from Asia, North America and Europe.
 

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Contents

origins of the concept
2
MARKETDRIVEN AND INFORMAL COORDINATION
27
a regional innovation system in transition
48
governing rapid changes
72
The regional innovation system in Ontario
99
the case
164
the role
190
systemic integration
245
lessons from
263
the case of Tohoku
286
the case of science
319
Regional governance structures in a globalized world
414
Basic statistical indicators of the 14 regional innovation
441
References
455
Index
487
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