Edited by David B. Audretsch and Albert N. Link
University research parks are important as a mechanism for the transfer of academics research findings, as a source of knowledge spillovers, and as a catalyst for national and regional economic growth. We develop a model to describe the growth, or productivity, of research parks, and we test this model using the newly constructed National Science Foundation database on university research parks.
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