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Titre(s) : The Oxford handbook of local competitiveness [Texte électronique] / edited by David B. Audretsch, Albert N. Link and Mary Lindenstein Walshok

Publication : New York : Oxford University Press, 2015

Description matérielle : 1 online resource

Collection : Oxford Handbooks


Note(s) : The local levels of economies have felt the impact of technological change and globalization. These forces have triggered the need to understand the dynamic mechanisms that enable locales to respond to such changes. For example, the downsizing of traditional employers because of a major loss in market share due to new competitors, acquisition by global firms, or off-shoring of production or services was traditionally thought to be beyond the scope of powers of local policy makers, thinkers, and business leaders. In the world of practice, those concerned about the economic performance of place-


Autre(s) auteur(s) : Audretsch, David B.. Auteur ou responsable intellectuel  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur
Link, Albert N. (1949-....). Auteur ou responsable intellectuel  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur
Walshok, Mary Lindenstein. Auteur ou responsable intellectuel  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur


Sujet(s) : Économie régionale  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
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Numéros : ISBN 9780199993314

Notice n° :  FRBNF44409989 (notice reprise d'un réservoir extérieur)



Table des matières : Cover; Series; The Oxford Handbook of Local Competitiveness; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Contributors; 1. Introduction; Part I The Concept of Local Competitiveness; 2. The Strategic Management of Place; 3. Talent, Cities, and Competitiveness; 4. Enabling Entrepreneurial Ecosystems; 5. Construction of the Cluster Commons; 6. Keeping Up In an Era of Global Specialization: Semi-Public Goods and the Competitiveness of Integrated Manufacturing Districts; 7. Something New: Where Do New Industries Come From?; Part II Critical Drivers of Local Competitiveness
8. Local Competitiveness Fostered through Local Institutions for Entrepreneurship9. The National Resource Curse in the Arab Gulf: Rapid Change and Local Culture; 10. The Role of Universities in Local and Regional Competitiveness; 11. The Grand Challenge Model of R & D; 12. Commercialization or Engagement: Which Is of More Significance for Regional Economies?; 13. Philanthropy, Competition, and Local Competitiveness: A Schumpeterian Conundrum; 14. Local Policies for High-Growth Firms; 15. Innovation Brokers
16. Swimming Upstream: Why Regional Economic Development Depends on National Economic CompetitivenessPart III Competitiveness at the Local Level; 17. Competitive Advantages from University Research Parks; 18. The Co-creation of Locally Useful Knowledge by Business Schools; 19. Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development: The Relevance of Shaping Intertemporal Local Intangible Conditions; 20. In Search of New Competitive Advantage: Japan's Local Firms in Sustainable Business; 21. Assessing State-Level Science and Technology Policies: North Carolina's Experience with SBIR State Matching Grants
22. Clusters, Communities, and Competitiveness: An Emerging Model from America's Midwest23. Lessons on Microenterprise Development from a University-Based Microlending Development Program; 24. A Region in Transition: Bottom-Up Economic Transformation in Postconflict Northern Ireland; 25. The 2008 Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Universities' Competitiveness; 26. Smart Specialization and European Regional Development Policy; Index

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