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ISSN: 2192-0427

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  • 1-6 Introduction
    In: The Creation of Local Innovation Systems in Emerging Countries
    by Marco Ferretti & Adele Parmentola
  • 7-36 Local Innovation Systems in Emerging Countries
    In: The Creation of Local Innovation Systems in Emerging Countries
    by Marco Ferretti & Adele Parmentola
  • 37-60 Government-Driven LISs
    In: The Creation of Local Innovation Systems in Emerging Countries
    by Marco Ferretti & Adele Parmentola
  • 61-89 The Firm-Driven LISs
    In: The Creation of Local Innovation Systems in Emerging Countries
    by Marco Ferretti & Adele Parmentola
  • 91-114 The University-Driven LISs
    In: The Creation of Local Innovation Systems in Emerging Countries
    by Marco Ferretti & Adele Parmentola
  • 115-119 Conclusions
    In: The Creation of Local Innovation Systems in Emerging Countries
    by Marco Ferretti & Adele Parmentola

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