Who builds 'science cities' and 'knowledge parks'?
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InOakey, R.; Cook, G.; Groen, A. (ed.), New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium (Vol. VII), pp. 147-164
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Sijde, P. van der
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Oakey, R.; Cook, G.; Groen, A. (ed.), New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium (Vol. VII)
SubjectGovernance and Places
The recent failure to deliver the Lisbon agenda has led to much soul-searching within Europe (cf. The Sapir Group, 2005). This failure has enlarged the gulf between the limited number of successful knowledge regions, and those regions for whom globalisation has brought further anxiety, job losses and economic restructuring. More recent Lisbon-inspired policies have therefore attempted to build linkages between successful ‘knowledge islands’ and other, outlying and peripheral places, so that all these areas can benefit from concentrations of European knowledge and innovativeness.
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