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Regional implications of macro-economic, sectoral and company changes in the development of technopoles in Britain and France

Hart, D. and Simmie, J., (1995) Regional implications of macro-economic, sectoral and company changes in the development of technopoles in Britain and France. Working Papers in Land Management & Development. 30/95. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp130.

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This paper reports the proceedings of a conference held at Reading University in 1993 which addressed the issues of new technological developments at the regional and sub-regional levels in Britain and France. These new technological clusters - the `Technopoles' - are investigated in a series of papers in both English and French which examines their spatial, sectoral and economic aspects to determine what lessons can be learned from their development and what their future economic significance is likely to be. Two recurring themes are of particular significance in the papers - the link between R& D and regional development, and the different forms which innovation assumes within the various technopoles under scrutiny.

Item Type:Report (Working Paper)
Divisions:Henley Business School > Real Estate and Planning
ID Code:27281
Publisher:University of Reading
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