Chapter 16: Absorptive Capacity in a Regional Context
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16 Absorptive capacity in a regional context Maria Abreu INTRODUCTION Absorptive capacity was famously defined by Cohen and Levinthal (1989) as the ability by a firm to ‘identify, assimilate and exploit knowledge from the external environment’ (Co...

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