Regionale strategier i kunnskapssamfunnet
[Regional strategies in the knowledge-based society]
This paper by Erik Reinert and Egbert van de Schootbrugge was commissioned by the Norwegian Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development. Based on Schumpeterian analysis, the paper discusses the theoretical relationships between innovation and geography in general, and more specifically what policy implications emerge from this type of analysis in the Norwegian setting of the late 1990s.
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