Innovation and the Growth of Cities

Innovation and the Growth of Cities

Zoltán J. Ács

This new and original book by Zoltan Acs explores the relationship between industrial innovation and economic growth at the regional level, and reaches conclusions as to why some regions grow but others decline. While the analysis draws on industrial organization, labor economics, regional science, geography and entrepreneurship, the book focuses on innovation and the growth of cities by the use of endogenous growth theory.

Appendix B: Innovations, R & D lab employment and university research by state

Zoltán J. Ács

Subjects: economics and finance, economics of innovation, evolutionary economics, geography, cities, innovation and technology, economics of innovation, urban and regional studies, cities

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Appendix B: Innovations, R&D lab employment and university research by state State Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Innovations 4 38 4 851 40 117 11 49 29 185 38 13 11 8 4 3 26 316 84 82 4 23 4 1 28 352 3 347 23 203 R&D 1 868 4 086 187 48 552 4 244 8 799 6 173 2 298 1 585 20 574 6 970 1 939 2 029 571 701 430 5 244 24 753 21 816 7 478 142 4 863 275 103 624 42 907 339 27 709 5037 University research 45 293 62 206 12 303 658 487 87 230 136 435 6 962 105 177 102 981 207 669 92 986 77 435 21 849 21 224 48 509 5 527 131 229 364 871 149 432 103 549 18 220 100 942 21 893 3 966 19 368 67 887 57 745 585 312 111 994 204 Appendix B State Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Innovations 139 14 29 197 22 11 16 136 13 3 27 41 2 69 R&D 18 886 2 630 310 22 702 1 083 1 131 1 397 9 896 1 926 67 8 023 1 385 1 471...

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