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The influence of cross-border knowledge interaction on the relation between key subsystems of the RIS and innovation performance of Dutch SMEs

In: Knowledge Commercialization and Valorization in Regional Economic Development

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  • Patricia van Hemert
  • Peter Nijkamp
  • Enno Masurel

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The commercialization of academic knowledge is increasingly seen as a potential economic development model, particularly for improving the capabilities and economic performance of regions. This insightful volume investigates the emerging factors in knowledge commercialization from an international perspective and highlights research agendas and challenges to be met across academia, industry and government.

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  • Patricia van Hemert & Peter Nijkamp & Enno Masurel, 2013. "The influence of cross-border knowledge interaction on the relation between key subsystems of the RIS and innovation performance of Dutch SMEs," Chapters,in: Knowledge Commercialization and Valorization in Regional Economic Development, chapter 8, pages 157-183 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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