Knowledge-Intensive Business Services
Geography and Innovation
by Mr Mark Freel, Mr Richard Shearmur, Mr David Doloreux, Professor Peter Nijkamp, Professor Jessie P H Poon, Professor Mike Taylor
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Over the last decade, there has been an increasing amount of research on knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) and innovation. This book brings together current thinking on this subject from geographic and territorial perspectives. Researchers from across Europe and North America present contributions from a wide range of disciplinary approaches including management studies, innovation studies and geography. They explore areas such as innovation related cooperation between KIBS firms and their industrial partners, how KIBS firms mediate business knowledge and the impact that KIBS make in local, regional and international contexts.
The book offers a timely exploration of the role played by the geographic and institutional environment in the processes that link KIBS, innovation and territory across different contexts.
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd, November 2012
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