Technology and regional development: some thoughts on policy
In this paper the spatial dimensions of technological developments are discussed. Special attention is given to entrepreneurship and the factors favouring the rise of new enterprises. A major component of such an incubator profile, the information infrastructure, is discussed more thoroughly (inter alia on the basis of a cross-national comparison). Last, the implications for regional policy and technology policy are spelt out.
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