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In the early 21st century, attracting knowledge workers has become an essential ingredient of urban competitiveness strategies. Such strategies are often based on theories claiming that cities should attract highly skilled talent to stay or become economically successful. Such theories have...
This paper analyses the emergence and evolution of the video game 'hub' in Brisbane (Australia). The aim is to determine if agglomerations of video game companies have necessarily the attributes of a creative cluster. Policy implications are then discussed. The research methodology included...
Universities are considered as the central actors for developing knowledge needed to drive economic growth and development, thus it is important to study how well universities manage this role. In particular against the background of knowledge-based developments which have increased lately....
During the past 20 years a vast amount of academic work has been done in the area of managing knowledge-intensive organisations. Due to the large volume and dispersed nature of prior research it is difficult to gain a holistic view on what is actually known about this issue. This study...
Canada has a strong track record of community-based research. The Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada (SSHRCC) has made partnership research one of the three main components of its funding architecture. Community Based Research Canada (CBRC) supports a national network of university...
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