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Ostrava : VŠB - Technická univerzita Ostrava, 2007
227 s. : il. ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-80-248-1464-3 (brož.)
Nad názvem: Vysoká škola báňská - Technická univerzita Ostrava, Department of Regional and Environmental Economics, The Faculty of Economics
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CONTENTS // 1 Learning Regions: Towards a Container Conception...10 // Jirí Kern, Jan Malinovský, Jan Suchácek // 1.1 Introduction...10 // 1.2 Common Denominators of Learning Regions in Theory...12 // 1.3 Contradictory Meanings of Learning Regions in Practice...15 // 1.4 Conclusion...17 // 2 Increasing Competitiveness of High Technology Firms: // An Evolutionary View on Learning Regions...20 // Marina van Geenhuizen, Peter Nijkamp // 2.1 The Age Of Innovation and Learning...20 // 2.2 Learning by Policy Organizations... 23 // 2.3 Complexity in Policymaking for Knowledge-Based Growth...25 // 2.4 Basic Needs of High-Technology Start-Ups...27 // 2.5 Biotechnology Policy in the Netherlands...30 // 2.6 Learning Components in Policymaking... 33 // 2.7 Concluding Remarks...40 // 3 Theory of Learning Regions from an Subjective View...47 // Lumír Kulhánek // 3.1 Introduction...47 // 3.2 Conception of the learning regions theory and its basic axioms...47 // 3.3 Key processes of the learning regions...50 // 3.4 Principles of the regional policy...51 // 3.5 Conception of learning region as a regional development doctrine..52 // 3.6 Conclusion...53 // 4 Learning Regions in Theory and in Regional // Development Policy...57 // Andrzej Klasik, Florian Kuznik // 4.1 Concept of the learning region...57 // 4.2 The region’s learning as a part of regional development...60 // 4.3 Building of a learning region as a challenge for the regional // development policy...66 // 4.4 Case study: regional
innovation system of the Šlqskie Voivodeship.70 // 5 (novation, Proximity and Learning. // A Case Study of Patterns of Learning...78 // Leon A.G. Oerlemans, Marius T.H. Meeus, Frans W.M. Boekema // 5.1 Introduction... 78 // 5.2 Organisational Learning and Economic Networks...78 // 5.3 Systems of Innovation, ‘Milieux Innovateurs’ and Proximity...82 // 5.4 Research questions...85 // 5.5 Method...86 // 5.6 Innovation Problems and Innovation Results...87 // 5.7 Coping with Knowledge Deficiencies: // The Use of Internal and External Knowledge Bases...91 // 5.8 Spatial Proximity in The System of Innovation...97 // 5.9 Conclusions and Discussion...104 // 6 Learning Region Approach as the Explanation for Origins // of IT Clusters’ Development in Malopolska and Upper Silesia...108 // Grzegorz Micek // 6.1 Introduction...108 // 6.2 Learning Region and its Theoretical Framework...109 // 6.3 The Learning Regbns from the Perspective // of Knowledge Dissemination...111 // 6.4 Learning Region Theory in Regional Programming...112 // 6.5 Knowledge flows in IT sector in Malopolska and Upper Silesia...113 // 6.5.1 Flows of IT Professionals and ‘Embodied Expertise’ // through the Local Labour Market...114 // 6.5.2 Informal and Formal Networking...114 // 6.5.3 Spin-offs...118 // 6.5.4 Local links between firms...119 // 6.6 Summary...120 // 7 Learning Regions Theory in the Practice // of the Tourism Development...125 // Vladimír Vavrecka // 7.1 Introduction...125 // 7.2 Learning Region
Concept...125 // 7.3 Tourism as integral part of the economic development...127 // 7.3.1 Why tourism?...128 // 7.3.2 Tourism Trends for Europe...131 // 7.3.3 Changes in society - new ways of travel...131 // 7.3.4 Trends...132 // 7.4 Regional Tourism Development...138 // 7.4.1 Trend towards Destination Management Organizations (DMOs)... 138 // 7.4.2 Destination Management...139 // 7.5 Conclusion...141 // 8 Learning Regions, Innovations and Universities...142 // Oto Hudec, Gabriela Kolveková // 8.1 Introduction...142 // 8.1.1 Learning Itself...142 // 8.1.2 To Learn what is the Learning Region...143 // 8.1.3 Learning versus Innovations...144 // 8.2 Regional Innovation Paradox...145 // 8.3 University as a Learning Tool for a Region...146 // 8.3.1 Regional Affiliation of Universities...147 // 8.3.2 University Mission...148 // 8.3.3 University and Regional Labour Market...149 // 8.3.4 Development of the Educational Sector in Slovakia...150 // 8.3.5 Specific Situation in Engineering Education // (Second Choice Effect)...152 // 8.4 Innovations -an Impetus for Learning or Vice- Versa ?...154 // 8.5 Is Košice Region Learning and Innovative?...159 // 8.6 Conclusion...166

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