Does Distance Matter Less Now? The Changing Role of Geography in Biotechnology Innovation
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Biotechnology; Citation; Distance; Patent; Spillover; L6—Industry Studies: Manufacturing; N9—Regional and Urban History; O3—Technological Change; R1—Urban; Rural and Regional Economics;
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