Vol. 17, Nos. 1–2, August–September 2001 Special Issue: Biotechnology in Comparative Perspective – Regional Concentration and Industry Dynamics Guest Editors: Gerhard Fuchs and Gerhard Krauss GERHARD FUCHS / Introduction: Biotechnology in Comparative Perspective – Regional Concentration and Industry Dynamics 1–2 DAVID B. AUDRETSCH / The Role of Small Firms in U.S. Biotechnology Clusters 3–15 MARTHA PREVEZER / Ingredients in the Early Development of the U.S. Biotechnology Industry 17–29 JORGE NIOSI and TOMAS G. BAS / The Competencies of Regions – Canada’s Clusters in Biotechnology 31–42 PHILIP COOKE / Biotechnology Clusters in the U.K.: Lessons from Localisation in the Commercialisation of Science 43–59 S. LEMARIÉ, V. MANGEMATIN and A. TORRE / Is the Creation and Development of Biotech SMEs Localised? Conclusions Drawn from the French Case 61–76 LUIGI ORSENIGO / The (Failed) Development of a Biotechnology Cluster: The Case of Lombardy 77–92 ANNA NILSSON / Biotechnology Firms in Sweden 93–103 GERD SCHIENSTOCK and PASI TULKKI / The Fourth Pillar? An Assessment of the Situation of the Finnish Biotechnology 105–122 CHRISTIAN ZELLER / Clustering Biotech: A Recipe for Success? Spatial Patterns of Growth of Biotechnology in Munich, Rhineland and Hamburg 123–141 GERHARD KRAUSS and THOMAS STAHLECKER / New Biotechnology Firms in
Small Business Economics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 3, 2004
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