This book presents new evidence concerning the influential role of context and institutions on the relations between knowledge, innovation, clusters and learning. From a truly international perspective, the expert contributors capture the most interesting and relevant aspects of knowledge economy.
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Innovation, Learning and Clusters
Edited by Knut Ingar Westeren
Firms, Clusters and Institutions in a Changing Setting
Edited by Maarten J. Arentsen, Wouter van Rossum and Albert E. Steenge
Governance of Innovation takes the multidimensional nature of innovation as its point of departure, bringing together leading scholars from a variety of backgrounds to provide an authoritative and comprehensive overview of contemporary innovation challenges.
Knowledge Creation and Innovation in Medium-technology Clusters
Riccardo Cappellin and Rüdiger Wink
This book explores the distinct nature of innovation in medium technology industrial sectors – which are the key to European international competitiveness – and examines the recent changes of networks within regional clusters.