Global Networks and Local Linkages: The Paradox of Cluster Development in an Open Economy
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BeschreibungThis volume presents the final case studies in the Innovation Systems Research Network's (ISRN) five-year investigation of twenty-six industry clusters across Canada. Contributors describe clusters in Toronto, Sudbury, and the Okanogan and in biotechnology, tool and die making, and mining services. They argue that in attempting to craft policies that help existing clusters adjust to differences in institutional linkages, knowledge dimensions, and cluster growth, policy makers must account for historically rooted institutional dynamics and the influence of regional culture.
InhaltsverzeichnisContributors, members of the ISRN, a national project funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, include Allison Bramwell (University of Toronto), John N. H. Britton (University of Toronto), Charles H.Davis (Ryerson University), Susan Fitzgibbon (Queen's University), Meric Gertler (University of Toronto), Caroline Hickton (Simon Fraser University), John Holmes (Queen's University), Astrid Jacobson (University of Calgary), Jeremy Karwandy (University of Saskatchewan), Cooper H. Langford (University of Calgary), Gerry Legare (University of Toronto), Nichola Lowe (University of North Carolina), Matthew Lucas (University of Toronto), Jen Nelles (University of Toronto), Tim Padmore (University of British Columbia), Julie Lynn Parchewski (University of Saskatchewan), Peter W.B. Phillips (University of Saskatchewan), Tara Procyshyn (University of Saskatchewan), David Robinson (Laurentian University), Tod Rutherford (Syracuse University), Camile D. Ryan (University of Saskatchewan), David A. Wolfe (University of Toronto), and Jaime Wood (University of Calgary).
PortraitDavid A. Wolfe is professor, political science, and co-director, Program on Globalization and Regional Innovation Systems, Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto.Matthew Lucas is a post-doctoral fellow and research associate, Program on
Untertitel: 'School of Policy Studies'. New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: MCGILL QUEENS UNIV PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2005
Seitenanzahl: 360 Seiten