Browsing Department of Geography by Subject "evolution"
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Cluster renewal and the heterogeneity of extra-regional linkages: a study of MNC practices in a subsea petroleum cluster (Taylor & Francis, 2017)The cluster literature in general and evolutionary economic geography in particular emphasizes the importance of extra-regional linkages for cluster evolution. However, the literature does so without necessarily nuancing ...Journal article
Linking the bottom-up and top-down evolution of regional innovation systems to policy: organizations, support structures and learning processes (Taylor & Francis, 2018)The literature is ambiguous about whether regional innovation systems (RIS) evolve bottom-up or top-down. This is reflected in RIS policies, which tend to focus on either development of the actor level, i.e. organizations ...Journal article