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Interlocking Firm Networks in the German Knowledge Economy: The Case of the Emerging Mega-city Region of Munich

In: Creative Knowledge Cities

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  • Alain Thierstein
  • Stefan Lüthi

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This book adopts a holistic, integrated and pragmatic approach to exploring the myths, concepts, policies, key conditions and tools for enhancing creative knowledge cities, as well as expounding potentially negative impacts of knowledge based city policies.

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  • Alain Thierstein & Stefan Lüthi, 2012. "Interlocking Firm Networks in the German Knowledge Economy: The Case of the Emerging Mega-city Region of Munich," Chapters, in: Marina van Geenhuizen & Peter Nijkamp (ed.),Creative Knowledge Cities, chapter 13, Edward Elgar Publishing.
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