Policies to stimulate regional innovation capabilities via university-industry collaboration: an analysis and an assessment
AbstractIn this paper, we demonstrate how regional economic policies to stimulate entrepreneurship and innovation, can lead to successes. More specifically, through a detailed theoretical and empirical analysis, we discuss the critical ingredients that can lead to regional innovation and economic success. These critical ingredients consist of a balanced mix based on the presence of research institutes, a texture of endogenous knowledge-intensive start-ups coupled to larger R&D-intensive incumbents, all of them embedded in a professional environment that supports business advice and services. We illustrate the effects of this mix using empirical material from various innovative regions around the world.
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Publication status: Published in R&D Management (2003-03) v.33, p.209-229
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research-and-development; high-tech firms; venture performance; product development; technology; strategy; knowledge; science; failure; indicators;
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