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The main objective of this article is to explore how a professional association can aid individuals’ knowledge and learning processes as a part of a local innovation environment (LIE). An association for ICT professionals, called PITKY, is used as an empirical, illustrative case. The results...
This paper investigates the desired configuration of live/work communities for the growing social group of community-based information workers who work, live and play in the same locality using telecommunication. It starts with a brief review of information workers and their urban preferences in...
Universities have gained an increasing amount of attention in the literature as drivers of knowledge-based development. Still, the mere presence of a university alone is not sufficient: the mechanisms of how knowledge is transferred from universities to industry are an important factor affecting...
The development of knowledge cities increasingly depends on collaboration between urban and regional authorities, knowledge institutions and businesses. While a shift from awareness to active collaboration is taking place, the rapidly changing context demands a faster pace. This paper seeks to...
This paper investigates how innovative activity affects GDP growth in China’s regional economy with spatial econometric approach. Dataset covers 30 provinces over 2001 to 2009 in China. The results of the regression show clearly the contribution of entrepreneurial activities to economic growth....
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