The expert contributors explore these three forces, which form the basis of much scholarly work in new economic geography and endogenous growth theory and policy. Here, academics from across Europe, North America, Asia and Australia consider the role of agglomeration, clusters and entrepreneurship in regional economic development within a global market context.
The book presents solid conceptual and methodological contributions to the growing body of knowledge that extends these theoretical concepts, and prescribes policy and practical applications. Relevant case studies underpin the detailed empirical analyses.
Academics, students, researchers and policymakers in the fields of entrepreneurship, regional development and regional science will find this book to be an enlightening read.
Contributors: L. Achtenhagen, J. Bastesen, I. Bernhard, N. Carbonara, T.L. Clower, G.A.S. Cook, I. Giannoccaro, L. Iandoli, H. Jeong, B. Johannson, C. Karlsson, K. Kobayashi, S. Koster, A. Manduchi, E. Marchione, M. Markantoni, L. Naldi, K. Nyström, M. Onishi, N.R. Pandit, R. Picard, C. Ponsiglione, T.-K. Shyy, C. Song, R.J. Stimson, R.R. Stough, D. Strijker, E. Vatne, B.L. Weinstein, E. Wihlborg, G. Zollo
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