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London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
xviii, 331 stran : ilustrace, mapy ; 26 cm

ISBN 978-1-138-85936-4 (vázáno)
Routledge advances in regional economics, science and policy ; 16
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List of figures xi // List of tables // List of contributors // Knowledge Intensive Business Services and regional competitiveness: an overview 1 -JOAO J. M. FERREIRA, MÁRIO L. RAPOSO, CRISTINA I. FERNANDES AND MARCUS DEJARDIN // PART I - KIBS and industrial dynamics 9 // 1 Knowledge Intensive Business Services research: bibliometric study of leading international journals (1994-2014) 11 - ALEXANDRA M. BRAGA AND CARLA S. MARQUES // 2 KIBS and the dynamics of industrial clusters: a Complex Adaptive Systems approach 48 - BENOIT DESMARCHELIER, FARIDADH DJELLAL AND FAIZ GALLOUJ // 3 Bad news travels fast: the role of informal networks or SME-KIBS cooperation 82 - DANIEL FESER AND TILL PROEGER // PART II - KIBS and their context 97 // 4 Does the geographic distribution of Knowledge Intensive Business Services affect the use of services for innovation? Empirical evidence from Quebec KIBS manufacturers 99 - DAVID DOLOREUX AND RICHARD SHEARMUR // 5 Institutions and spin-offs: determining factors for establishment and early market entry success of innovation based spin-offs from KIBS-firms 126 - KJERSTI VIKSE MELANO AND TATIANA A. IAKOVLEVA // 6 Survival of Knowledge Intensive Business Service firms: the role of agglomeration externalities 158 - SAM TAVASSOLI AND VIROJ JIENWATCHARAMONGKHOL // PART III - KIBS and their contribution to regional competitiveness and economic development // 7 Entrepreneurship and KIBS: key factors in the growth of territories 181 - JOAQUÍN ALCAZAR, NORAT ROIG-TIERNO, ALICIA MAS-TUR AND BELÉN RIBEIRO-NAVARRETE // 8 Contribution of Knowledge Intensive activities to regional competitiveness: production function approach 192 - ANNA-LEENA ASIKAINEN AND GIOVANNI MANGIAROTTI // 9 KIBS as a factor in meetings industry competitiveness creation in Krakow, Poland 211 - KRZYSZTOF BORODAKO, JADWIGA BERBEKA AND MICHAL RUDNICKI //
10 Interactive relationships, development effects and knowledge intermediaries among KIBS Arms and their clients: a comparison of the Hsinchu and Tainan regions, Taiwan 236 - TAI-SHAN HU, CHIEN-YUAN LIN AND HUNG-NIEN HSIEH // 11 Regional competitiveness and localised Knowledge Intensive Business Services: the case of the Gold Coast, Australia 264 - VANESSA RATTEN // PART IV - KIBS and public policy // 12 Skills, competitiveness and regional policy: Knowledge Intensive Business Services in the West Midlands, UK 281 - JOHN R. BRYSON AND PETER W. DANIELS // 13 Prospects and policies in the development of Knowledge Intensive Business Services in Europe 301 - MARJA TOIVONEN AND ANTONELLA CARU // Index 327

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