An Analysis of Contemporary U.S. Agglomerations
111 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 346 g
Reihe: International Studies in Entre
Verlag: Springer, Berlin
Aydogan / Chen Social Capital and Business Development in High-Technology ClustersThe economics of regional clusters, where business formation, technological innovation, and the emergence of a highly-skilled labor force converge, has become a popular topic. This fascinating book applies a variety of tools and models to analyze, in depth, the formation and growth of high-tech clusters. It does this first by exploring the institutional forces that promote the failure or success of such agglomerations, and then by focusing on the dynamics of the labor force.
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How High-Tech Industries Benefit from the Economies of Agglomeration.- Tacit Knowledge Transfer, Geographical Proximity, and Inter-firm Contracts: The Silicon Valley Case.- Reciprocity, Proximity and Performance of Research Consortia.- Citizenship, Social Capital and Spatial Assimilation of highly Skilled Labor and Location Choice.-