Editorial Introduction: Space in Action: Action in Space
In recent years we have observed an avalanche of studies in regional growth and innovation. Numerous articles and books have addressed the driving forces of innovations and their impact on regional development. There is clearly a variety of approaches, ranging e.g. from shift-share analyses to theoretically-instigated spatial equilibrium analyses. Geographical scale levels appear to differ as well: we observe micro-based (individual) research and meso-modelling efforts.