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Learning About Innovation in Europe’s Regional Policy

In: The Learning Region

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  • Nicola Bellini
  • Mikel Landabaso

Abstract

The aim of this book is to present a much-needed conceptualization of ‘the learning region’. The editors scrutinize key concepts and issues surrounding this phenomenon, which are then discussed in the context of recent literature. This unique conceptualization of the learning region presents a state of the art exploration of theories. Leading scholars from across Europe, the USA and South Africa draw upon various disciplines to explain how regional actors perform regional learning.

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  • Nicola Bellini & Mikel Landabaso, 2007. "Learning About Innovation in Europe’s Regional Policy," Chapters, in: Roel Rutten & Frans Boekema (ed.), The Learning Region, chapter 11, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:elg:eechap:3519_11
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    1. Francesco Grillo & Mikel Landabaso, 2011. "Merits, problems and paradoxes of regional innovation policies," Local Economy, London South Bank University, vol. 26(6-7), pages 544-561, September.
    2. Vladimir Komarov, 2012. "Main Principles of Innovation Theory," Published Papers 173, Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy, revised 2013.
    3. Bjørn T. Asheim & Arne Isaksen & Michaela Trippl, 2019. "The Role of the Regional Innovation System Approach in Contemporary Regional Policy: Is it still relevant in a Globalised World?," PEGIS geo-disc-2019_12, Institute for Economic Geography and GIScience, Department of Socioeconomics, Vienna University of Economics and Business.

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