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by David A. Wolfe,Edited by David A. Wolfe

eBook Clusters Old and New: The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada's Regions (Queen's Policy Studies Series) ePub
Author: David A. Wolfe,Edited by David A. Wolfe
Language: English
ISBN: 0889119597
ISBN13: 978-0889119598
Publisher: Queen's School of Policy Studies (June 1, 2003)
Pages: 252
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Clusters Old and New book. Published June 1st 2003 by Queen's School of Policy Studies.

Clusters Old and New book. Paperback, 252 pages. Clusters Old and New: The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada's Regions (School of Policy Studies). 0889119597 (ISBN13: 9780889119598).

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Clusters Old and New presents the initial results of a study into the formation and growth of industry clusters across . Dr. Wolfe is the 2005 recipient of the Donald O. Hebb award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology from the Canadian Psychological Association.

Clusters Old and New presents the initial results of a study into the formation and growth of industry clusters across Canada. Contributors investigate the process of cluster development in a wide range of locales, in knowledge-intensive sectors as well as more traditional ones, and in both metropolitan and non-metropolitan settings.

Clusters old and new by, 2003, Published for the School of Policy Studies, Queen's . Clusters old and new. the transition to a knowledge economy in Canada's regions.

Clusters old and new. Close. Published 2003 by Published for the School of Policy Studies, Queen's University by McGill-Queen's University Press in Montréal, Qué, Kingston, Ont. Knowledge management, Technological innovations, Congresses, Knowledge economy, Strategic alliances (Business).

Series Queen's Policy Studies Series. 9780889119611: Hardback Release Date: 1st June 2003. 9780889119598: Paperback Release Date: 1st June 2003. Dimensions: 152 x 229. Number of Pages: 252. Series Queen's Policy Studies Series. McGill-Queen's University Press. Presents the initial results of a study into the formation and growth of industry clusters.

Clusters Old and New: The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada's Regions. This study identifies four agglomeration economies that attract firms to cluster: a joint labour pool, a broad supplier and customer base, knowledge spillovers, and low transaction costs. Furthermore, it discusses the effects of aspects of the cluster structure, being the presence of internal competition, the heterogeneity of the cluster population, the entry and exit barriers, and the presence of (above mentioned) agglomeration effects.

Clusters Old and New: The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada's Regions (School of Policy Studies) (Queen's Policy Studies Series). by David A. Wolfe and David Wolfe. 8. 9 (5 used & new offers). Other Formats:Paperback. Prime members enjoy fast & free shipping, unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Prime Video and many more exclusive benefits. There's a problem loading this menu at the moment.

This interest has been prompted by fascination with the success of Silicon Valley at reinventing itself through successive waves of technology innovation and claims by a growing number of imitators to have replicated the conditions for its success.

Note: Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Wolfe, David.

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Corporate Name: Queen's University (Kingston, On. School of Policy Studies.

Clusters Old and New: The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada’s RegionsSchool of Policy Studies, Queen’s UKingstonGoogle Scholar

Clusters Old and New: The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada’s RegionsSchool of Policy Studies, Queen’s UKingstonGoogle Scholar. Chandler, A. 1990Scale and ScopeHarvard U Scholar. Cooke, P. 2002Knowledge Economies: Clusters, Learning and Cooperative ndonGoogle Scholar. Mothe, J. 2003Canada’s Advanced Technology Business PlanCanadian Advanced Technology Scholar. DeVol, . Fogelbach, F. June 2003Best Performing Cities: Where America’s Jobs are CreatedMilken InstituteSanta MonicaGoogle Scholar.

In recent years there has been a virtual explosion of interest in cluster development across North America, Europe, and newly industrialized countries. This interest has been prompted by fascination with the success of Silicon Valley at reinventing itself through successive waves of technology innovation and claims by a growing number of imitators to have replicated the conditions for its success. A growing number of clusters around the globe, from Scotland to Bangalore and from Singapore to Israel, all claim direct lineage to the original model in northern California. Clusters Old and New presents the initial results of a study into the formation and growth of industry clusters across Canada. of locales, in knowledge-intensive sectors as well as more traditional ones, and in both metropolitan and non-metropolitan settings. The authors suggest that the process of cluster formation is complex and may extend over decades. While public policy plays a critical role in supporting the establishment and growth of clusters, the range of factors that contribute to their success is quite varied. The authors provide a basis for beginning to understand the process of cluster formation from an evolutionary perspective, as well as some criteria for determining the presence or absence of true cluster dynamics in the cases under investigation."
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