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by James Simmie

  • ISBN: 1853024023
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  • Author: James Simmie
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Pub (November 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 250
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from book Innovation Networks: Concepts and . Policy-makers in learning regions are involved in learning from institutional errors made i. .

from book Innovation Networks: Concepts and Challenges in the European Perspective (p. 43-273). Innovation Networks and Regional Policy in Europe. Chapter · January 2001 with 22 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Most scholars consider learning regions as regional development concepts in which the main actors are strongly, but flexibly, connected with each other and are open both to intraregional and interregional learning processes. Policy-makers in learning regions are involved in learning from institutional errors made in the past and by doing that in avoiding path-dependent development.

What Comprises a Regional Innovation System? Theoretical Base. The Emerging Shape and Form of Innovation Networks and Institutions. Local Economic Development Strategies and Information. The Role of Networking. The Japanese Technopolis Strategy. Summary and Conclusions.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Innovation, Networks, and Learning Regions? Innovation, Networks, and Learning Regions? By James Simmie. Innovation, Networks, and Learning Regions? By James Simmie. In so doing, they raise crucial questions about the ways in which regions or localities might be described as truly 'learning' areas, and about the sustainability of future economic and quality of life success based on innovation and high-technology.

Regions and Innovation Policy addresses the needs of national and regional governments for greater clarity on how to strengthen the innovation capacity of regions. The first part of the book examines strategies, policies and governance, explaining why regions matter, what makes smart policy mixes, and multilevel governance. The second part of the book looks at agencies, instruments and country information, showing how agencies can maximise their impact and what policy instruments work. The final chapter provides country-by-country summaries of what countries are doing

The edge of a regional innovation system may be drawn conceptually and organizationally around the economic, social, political and institutional relationships that generate a collective learning process within a related group of technological or functional areas.

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As a result, regional innovation policies have often demonstrated a lack of efficiency in identifying priorities and forms of practical cooperation between regions. This issue is even more critical in the current economic crisis where public and private financial resources are scarce.

Dissecting Changing Rural Development Policy Networks: The Case of.

Dissecting Changing Rural Development Policy Networks: The Case of Greece. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Vol. 25, Issue. The fourth section presents empirical evidence from Greek regions on the role of social learning in the implementation of EU regional policy (Structural Funds) programmes. Finally, the last section draws conclusions on the role of social learning in EU regional policy and lessons from the Greek experience. Export citation Request permission.

This text addresses key issues of understanding in contemporary economic geography and local economic policy-making in cities and regions in the advanced economies. It develops the theme that innovation is the main driving force behind economic change and growth. The emphasis is on the ways in which knowledge and information may be acquired and linked through networks. The contributors show that there are empirical examples of innovative areas which do not have highly developed networks and yet appear to be relatively successful in terms of local economic growth. This leads to questions of the ways in which regions or localities might be described as truly "learning" areas. Finally, some difficult questions are raised concerning the sustainability of future economic and quality of life success based on innovation and high-technology.