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Innovation clusters: key concepts

Hart, D., (2000) Innovation clusters: key concepts. Working Papers in Land Management & Development. 06/00. Working Paper. University of Reading, Reading. pp15.

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Innovation is easier to describe than it is to systematically analyse, and easier to analyse than it is to effectively promote. Part of the problem, of course, is the imprecise way in which the activity of innovation itself is conceptualised. To achieve more precision, the logic of analysis suggests that innovation should be should be systematically analysed and then divided into rough categories to produce a working taxonomy based on a number of key dimensions. A major part of the purpose of this paper is to develop such a working taxonomy.

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