The role of innovations and clusters has increasingly dominated local and regional development policies in recent decades. This authoritative and accessible Handbook considers important aspects of high-tech clusters, analyses insightful cluster case studies, and provides a number of recommendations for cluster policies.
Cases and Policies
Handbooks of Research on Clusters series
Chapter 2: The Contribution of Clustering to Innovation: From Porter I Agglomeration to Porter II Export Base Theories
Subjects: business and management, organisational innovation, economics and finance, economics of innovation, regional economics, innovation and technology, economics of innovation, organisational innovation, urban and regional studies, clusters, regional economics
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