Knowledge, Industry and Environment: Institutions and Innovation in Territorial Perspective
Roger Hayter, Richard B. Le Heron
Ashgate, 2002 - Science - 420 pages
Bringing together a wide range of theoretical and empirical case studies from Canada, New Zealand, South Korea, Turkey, China, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Poland, South Africa, Japan, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom, this book addresses these neglected issues, in particular, contemplating the vitally important nexus between industry, environment and the knowledge economy.
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