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Títol: Unity and diversity in high-tech growth and renewal: Learning from Boston and Silicon Valley
Autor: Etzkowitz H (Etzkowitz Henry)1 Dzisah J (Dzisah James)2
Referència: EUROPEAN PLANNING STUDIES
Volum: 16 Issue: 8
Pàgines: 1009-1024
Any: 2008
Codi ISBN/ISSN: 0965-4313
Tipus de document: Article
Paraules clau: HIGH-TECHNOLOGY ECONOMY; REGION
Idioma: Anglès
Resum: A new model of knowledge-based regional economic development was invented in Boston during the 1930s and subsequently transferred to northern California where it also had independent roots. Drawing upon academic, business and government resources and configuring them in new formats created new firms and new industries. Nevertheless, the two regions often appear dissimilar when they are contrasted synchronically, due to the different stages they may be in at the time. Thus, some observers argue that Boston and Silicon Valley are distinctive watersheds, irrelevant to follow-on regions. However, if the development process of these two prototypical high-tech regions are analysed diachronically, a trajectory with similar phases of development may be identified. We suggest that these two regions exemplify a general model for high-tech regional growth and renewal.
Adreça: Univ Newcastle Upon Tyne, Sch Business, Triple Helix Grp, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 4JH, Tyne & Wear England Univ Saskatchewan, Dept Sociol, Saskatoon, SK Canada E-mail Addresses: henry.etzkowitz@ncl.ac.uk
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