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Des histoires de la Silicon Valley


  • Thierry Weil

    (CERNA i3 - Centre d'économie industrielle i3 - MINES ParisTech - École nationale supérieure des mines de Paris - PSL - PSL Research University - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)


Engineering departments often constitute the major locus for the capitalization of design knowledge. But such an accumulation may be more diffuse and spread between various actors in a regional ecosystem. In Silicon Valley, this dispersion of knowledge makes it more accessible to new actors and favors the regeneration of the region due to the emergence of new firms and technological trajectories. This analysis is drawn from the various accounts and publications of the history of the Valley which have become available.

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  • Thierry Weil, 2010. "Des histoires de la Silicon Valley," Post-Print hal-00488205, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00488205
    DOI: 10.3917/eh.058.0129
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    1. Caroline Scotto, 2013. "The spatial organisation for cooperation: what knowledge can we use from a historical analysis to understand the design of a new campus at Saclay ?," Post-Print hal-00870129, HAL.
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