By Ron Boschma, Ron Martin
This wide-ranging instruction manual is the 1st significant compilation of the theoretical and empirical examine that's forging the hot and interesting paradigm of evolutionary financial geography. The book's exceptional participants set out the theoretical, methodological and empirical foundations of an evolutionary standpoint at the monetary panorama. In so doing, they discover the interaction among organizational dynamics, commercial dynamics and area; examine the character and spatial evolution of networks; handle the evolution of associations in territorial contexts; and discover the evolution of agglomerations and clusters. This unique reference paintings will surely play an immense and formative position in influencing the longer term learn time table of evolutionary financial geography. it's going to strongly entice students, researchers and scholars in financial geography, neighborhood economics, evolutionary economics, business economics, administration and organizational stories, and comparable fields.
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1991), The International Petrochemical Industry. Evolution and Location, Oxford: Basil Blackwell. M. A. Levinthal (1990), ‘Absorptive capacity: a new perspective on learning and innovation’, Administrative Science Quarterly, 35, 128–53. Consoli, D. (2005), ‘The dynamics of technological change in UK retail banking services. An evolutionary perspective’, Research Policy, 34, 461–80. Cooke, P. (1992), ‘Regional innovation systems. Competitive regulation in the new Europe’, Geoforum, 23, 365–82. Cooke, P.
As Gertler (2009) puts it, there is ‘a danger of “reading off” individual behaviour from territorial institutions’. g. Bathelt and Glückler, 2003). This implies taking the individual and firm level more seriously than institutional studies have tended to in the past. This is not to deny that territorial institutions may explain part of the inter-regional variety of routines, however. For example, production techniques of plants in a number of manufacturing industries have been found to be more similar within than across US regions, and that these regional differences are quite persistent over time (Essletzbichler and Rigby, 2005; Rigby and Essletzbichler, 1997).
Chapman, K. (1991), The International Petrochemical Industry. Evolution and Location, Oxford: Basil Blackwell. M. A. Levinthal (1990), ‘Absorptive capacity: a new perspective on learning and innovation’, Administrative Science Quarterly, 35, 128–53. Consoli, D. (2005), ‘The dynamics of technological change in UK retail banking services. An evolutionary perspective’, Research Policy, 34, 461–80. Cooke, P. (1992), ‘Regional innovation systems. Competitive regulation in the new Europe’, Geoforum, 23, 365–82.
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