Innovation, Learning and Clusters
Edited by Knut Ingar Westeren
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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- Foundations of the Knowledge Economy Innovation, Learning and Clusters
- Chapter 1: Developments in the Analysis of the Knowledge Economy: Introductory Comments
- Chapter 2: The Changing Role of Knowledge in the Knowledge Economy: Concepts of Knowledge and Knowledge Management
- Chapter 3: Growth of the Knowledge-based Economy in a Two-person Non-cooperative Game
- Chapter 4: Innovation: From Schumpeter to the Knowledge Economy
- Chapter 5: Star Scientists and Regional Knowledge Transfer
- Chapter 6: Firm Productivity in Innovative Urban Milieus
- Chapter 7: Not Being There: Why Local Innovation is Not (Always) Related to Local Factors
- Chapter 8: Innovation and Creative Leadership in Local Government
- Chapter 9: How to Improve the Region’s Ability to Learn: A Micro-level Model on Regional Actor's Knowledge and (Informal) Learning Processes
- Chapter 10: Managing the New Knowledge Workers
- Chapter 11: What Drives Skill-biased Regional Employment Growth in West Germany?
- Chapter 12: Clusters and Cluster Development in the Knowledge Economy
- Chapter 13: International Virtual Industry Clusters and SMEs: Early Process Policy Recommendations
- Chapter 14: The Knowledge, Learning and Innovation Process: A Poultry Cluster in the Western Region of the State of Parana, Brazil
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