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Articles on Regional Innovation

  • ACS, Z., ANSELIN, L., VARGA, A. (2002) "Patents and innovation counts as measures of regional production of new knowledge" Research Policy, Vol. 31, No 7.
  • AGRAWAL, A., COCKBURN, I. (2003) "The anchor tenant hypothesis: exploring the role of large, local, R&D-intensive firms in regional innovation systems" International Journal of Industrial Organization, Vol. 21, No 9.
  • AMDAM, J. (2003) "Structure and strategy for regional learning and innovation: challenges for regional planning" European Planning Studies, Vol. 11, No 4.
  • ARNDT, O., STERNBERG, R. (2000) "Do manufacturing firms profit from intraregional innovation linkages? An empirical based answer" European Planning Studies, Vol. 8, No 4.
  • ASAKAWA, K., LEHRER, M. (2003) "Managing local knowledge assets globally: the role of regional innovation relays" Journal of World Business, Vol. 38, No 1.
  • (43) ATHREYE, S., KEEBLE, D. (2002) "Sources of increasing returns and regional innovation in the UK" Regional Studies, Vol. 36, No 4.
  • BERGMAN, E., FESER, E. (2001) "Innovation system ejects on technological adoption in a regional value chain" European Planning Studies, Vol.9, No 5.
  • BUESA, M., HEIJS, J., PELLITERO, M., BAUMERT, T. (2005) "Regional systems of innovation and the knowledge production function: the Spanish case" Technovation, In Press.
  • CANTWELL, J., JAMMARINO, S. (1988) "MNCs, technological innovation and regional systems in the EU: some evidence in the Italian case" International Journal of the Economics of Business, Vol. 5, No 3.
  • CHO, C-J. (1993) Regional innovation and decentralisation high tech industry and government policy" Urban Studies, Vol. 30, No 1.
  • CHUNG, S. (2002) "Building a national innovation system through regional innovation systems" Technovation, Vol. 22, No 8.
  • CHUNG, S. (2001) "Unification of South and North Korean innovation systems" Technovation, Vol. 21, No 2.
  • COOKE, P. (1992) "Regional innovation systems: competitive regulation in the new Europe" Geoforum, Vol. 23, No 3.
  • COOKE P., ROPER S, WYLIE P. (2003) "The golden thread of innovation' and Northern Ireland's evolving regional innovation system" Regional Studies, Vol. 37, No 4.
  • COOKE, P., URANGA, M., ETXEBARRIA, G. (1997) "Regional innovation systems: Institutional and organisational dimensions" Research Policy, Vol. 26, No 4-5.
  • DEYLE, H. G., HARIOLF GRUPP (2005) "Commuters and the regional assignment of innovative activities: A methodological patent study of German districts" Research Policy, Vol. 34, No 2.
  • DIEZ, J. (2000) "Innovative networks in manufacturing: some empirical evidence from the metropolitan area of Barcelona" Technovation, Vol. 20, No 3.
  • DIEZ, M-A. (2001) "The evaluation of regional innovation and cluster policies: towards a participatory approach" European Planning Studies, Vol. 9, No 7.
  • DOHSE, D. (2000) "Technology policy and the regions - the case of the BioRegio contest" Research Policy, Vol. 29, No 9.
  • DOLOREUX, D., PARTO, S. (2005) "Regional innovation systems: Current discourse and unresolved issues" Technology in Society, Vol. 27, No 2.
  • EDQUIST, C. ERIKSSON, M. L. SJOGREN, H. (2002) "Characteristics of collaboration in product innovation in the regional system of innovation of East Gothia" European Planning Studies, Vol. 10, No 5.
  • EVANGELISTA, R. et al. (2002) "Looking for regional systems of innovation: evidence from the Italian innovation survey" Regional Studies, Vol. 36, No 2.
  • EVANGELISTA, R., IAMMARINO, S., MASTROSTEFANO, V., SILVANI, A. (2001) "Measuring the regional dimension of innovation: lessons from the Italian Innovation Survey" Technovation, Vol. 21, No 11.
  • FRITSCH, M. (2001) "Cooperation in regional innovation systems" Regional Studies, Vol. 35, No 4.
  • FRITSCH, M., FRANKE, G. (2004) "Innovation, regional knowledge spillovers and R&D cooperation" Research Policy, Vol. 33, No 2.
  • GERSTLBERGER, W. (2004) "Regional innovation systems and sustainability - selected examples of international discussion" Technovation, Vol. 24, No 9.
  • HARIOLF GRUPP, LINSTONE, H. (1999) "National technology foresight activities around the globe: resurrection and new paradigms" Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 60, No 1.
  • HASSINK, R. (2002) "Regional innovation support systems: recent trends in Germany and East Asia" European Planning Studies, Vol. 10, No 2.
  • HARRIS R. I. D. (1988) "Technological change and regional development in the UK; evidence from the SPRU database on innovations" Regional Studies, Vol. 22, No 5.
  • HE?RAUD, J-A. (2003) "Regional innovation systems and European research policy: convergence or misunderstanding?" European Planning Studies, Vol. 11, No 1.
  • ISAKSEN, A. (1999) "Evaluation of a regional innovation programme: the Innovation and new technology programme in Northern Norway" Evaluation and Program Planning, Vol. 22, No 1.
  • ISAKSEN, A., REMOE, S. (2001) "New approaches to innovation policy: some Norwegian examples" European Planning Studies, Vol. 9, No 3.
  • KAISER, R. (2003) "Multi-level science policy and regional innovation: the case of the Munich cluster for pharmaceutical biotechnology" European Planning Studies, Vol. 11, No 7.
  • KEEBLE, D. (1997) "Small firms, innovation and regional development in Britain in the 1990s" Regional Studies, Vol. 31, No 3.
  • KITAGAWA, F. (2004) "Universities and regional advantage: higher education and innovation policies in English regions" European Planning Studies, Vol. 12, No 6.
  • KAUFMANN A., T?DTLING F. (2000) "Systems of innovation in traditional industrial regions: the case of Styria in a comparative perspective" Regional Studies, Vol. 34, No 1.
  • KUHLMANN, S. (2001) "Future governance of innovation policy in Europe - three scenarios" Research Policy, Vol. 30, No 6.
  • KUHLMANN, S., EDLER, J. (2003) "Scenarios of technology and innovation policies in Europe: Investigating future governance" Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 70, No 7.
  • KYRGIAFINI, L., SEFERTZI, E. (2003) "Changing regional systems of innovation in Greece: the impact of regional innovation strategy initiatives in peripheral areas of Europe" European Planning Studies, Vol. 11, No 8.
  • LORENZEN, M. (2001) "Localized learning and policy: academic advice on enhancing regional competitiveness through learning" European Planning Studies, Vol. 9, No 2.
  • LOVE, J., ROPER, S. (2001) "Location and network effects on innovation success: evidence for UK, German and Irish manufacturing plants" Research Policy, Vol. 30, No 4.
  • MACPHERSON, A. (1992) Regional innovation and decentralization: high tech industry and government policy: Ulrich Hilpert (ed.), 303 pp., 1991, Routledge, London, BOOK REVIEW, Journal of Rural Studies, Vol. 8, No 1.
  • McCOMBIE, J.S.L. (1982) "How important is the spatial diffusion of innovations in expaining regional growth rates disparities?" Urban Studies, Vol. 19, No 4.
  • ORGAN, K. (1992) "Digital highways: the new telecommunications era" Geoforum, Vol. 23, No 3.
  • MORGAN K. (1997) "The learning region: institutions, innovation and regional renewal" Regional Studies, Vol. 31, No 5.
  • MOULAERT F., SEKIA F. (2003) "Territorial innovation models: a critical survey, Regional Studies Vol. 37, No 3.
  • MULLER, E., ZENKER, A. (2001) "Business services as actors of knowledge transformation: the role of KIBS in regional and national innovation systems" Research Policy, Vol. 30, No 9.
  • PADMORE, T., GIBSON, H. (1998) "Modelling systems of innovation: II. A framework for industrial cluster analysis in regions" Research Policy, Vol. 26, No 6.
  • PALMAI, Z. (2004) "An innovation park in Hungary: INNOTECH of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics" Technovation, Vol. 24, No 5.
  • PEREZ, M., SANCHEZ, A. (2003) "The development of university spin-offs: early dynamics of technology transfer and networking" Technovation, Vol. 23, No 10.
  • POTTS, G. (2002) "Regional policy and the 'regionalization' of university-industry links: a view from the English regions" European Planning Studies, Vol. 10, No 8.
  • SHAPIRA, P. (2001) "Regional planning and innovation - experiences in North America: introduction to the special issue" European Planning Studies, Vol. 9, No 5.
  • STERNBERG, R. ((2000) "Innovation networks and regional development - evidence from the European Regional Innovation Survey (ERIS)" European Planning Studies, Vol. 8, No. 4.
  • THOMAS, K. (2000) "Creating regional cultures of innovation? The regional innovation strategies in England and Scotland" Regional Studies, Vol. 34, No 2.
  • UOTILA, T., MELKAS, H., HARMAAKORPI, V. (2005) "Incorporating futures research into regional knowledge creation and management" Futures, In Press, Available online.

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