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2007 | 6 | 1 | 141-152
Article title

Technology and Space in Innovation Performance of Polish Regions

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Abstracts
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Space and technology are key determinant of innovation performance in industry not only in Poland, but also in developed economies. This research proved that space, time, technology and size of industrial enterprises are important elements of every regional innovation system. For this reason, those factors should be given appropriate attention while developing innovation strategies.
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Year
Volume
6
Issue
1
Pages
141-152
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Dates
published
2007-01-01
online
2008-05-06
Contributors
  • Institute of Enterprises Economics and Organisation Faculty of Economics and Management, University of Szczecin, Mickiewicza 64, 71-101 Szczecin
References
  • Audretsch, B.D. (1998). Agglomeration and the Location of Innovative Activity. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 14(2), 18-28.[Crossref]
  • Edquist, Ch., Erikson, M.L. & Sjorgen H. (2002). Characteristics of Collaboration in Product Innovation in the Regional System of Innovation of East Gothia. European Planning Studies, 10(5), 563-581.[Crossref]
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  • Munoz, E., Espinoza de los Monteros, J. & Diaz V. (2000, 7-8 January). Innovation Policy and the Concept of National Innovation System in the Spanish Context: Are they Ghost Images or Real Entities? Strasbourg. Converge Project SOE2-CT98-2047, p.47.
  • Simmie, J., Sennett, J. & Wood, P. (2002). Innovation in Europe: A Tale of Networks, Knowledge and Trade in Five Cities. Regional Studies, 36(1), 47-64.[Crossref]
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Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.doi-10_2478_v10031-007-0010-7
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