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Entreprenørskap i Møre og Romsdal: Et historisk perspektiv



I tillegg til å skille mellom industrialiserte og ikke-industrialiserte regioner av europeiske samfunn, kan vi også se at det har vært ulike former for industrialisering mellom ulike regioner. Det er flere måter å definere variasjoner i industrialiseringen på. I denne fremstillingen skal vi vektlegge industrialiseringens innvirkning på regionens sosiale transformasjon - på samspillet mellom industriutvikling og sosiale forhold i de industrielle regionene.

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  • Olav Wicken, "undated". "Entreprenørskap i Møre og Romsdal: Et historisk perspektiv," STEP Report series 199421, The STEP Group, Studies in technology, innovation and economic policy.
  • Handle: RePEc:stp:stepre:1994r21

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    1. AsbjØrn Karlsen, 2005. "The dynamics of regional specialization and cluster formation: dividing trajectories of maritime industries in two Norwegian regions," Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 17(5), pages 313-338, September.
    2. Erik S. Reinert, "undated". "Hvorfor er økonomisk vekst geografisk ujevnt fordelt?," STEP Report series 199419, The STEP Group, Studies in technology, innovation and economic policy.

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