Volume 80 2005

Learning from Clusters

A Critical Assessment from an Economic-Geographical Perspective

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3671-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-3679-8 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

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    Pages 1-15

    Clustering, Learning and Regional Development

  2. The ‘Cluster’ Model

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      Pages 19-50

      A Systematic Perspective on Local Development

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      Pages 51-68

      Cluster Dynamics

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      Pages 69-88

      Embedded Local Growth: A Theory Taken too Far?

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      Pages 89-109

      Beyond the Learning Region: The Dialectics of Innovation and Culture in Territorial Development

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      Pages 111-137

      Economic Development, Institutions and Trust

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      Pages 139-168

      Social Capital and Regional Development: An Empirical Analysis of the Third Italy

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      Pages 169-202

      Regional Innovation Systems, Varieties of Capitalism and Non-Local Relations: Challenges from the Globalising Economy

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      Pages 203-224

      Delirious Rotterdam: The Formation of an Innovative Cluster of Architectural Firms

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      Pages 225-245

      Competitiveness in Regional Clusters. The Case of Océ's ‘Knowledge Industry Clustering’ Project

  3. The Impacts of ICT and Externalities on Urban Development

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      Pages 249-274

      Urban Milieux: From Theory to Empirical Findings

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      Pages 275-302

      The Spatial Clustering of Knowledge-Intensive Services: Computing Services in the Netherlands

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      Pages 303-332

      Dynamic Information Externalities and Employment Growth in the Netherlands

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      Pages 333-348

      New Regional Economics: About Virtual Agglomeration Effects

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      Pages 349-368

      'Old’ and ‘New’ Economy and Services

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      Pages 367-387

      Economic Capabilities and Strategic Clusters: New Perspectives for National and Regional Economic Policy

  4. Concluding Remarks

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      Pages 391-406

      Further Learning from Clusters