Main Trends in Regional Innovation Systems: An Author Co-citation Analysis

D'Allura, G; Galvagno, M

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Abstract

Regional Innovation Systems are increasingly attracting attention on behalf of accademics, practitioners and policy makers. This has produced a wide array of studies in the field, both regards the specific themes treated and the perspectives adopted. Though a number of sujective reviews of the field have been proposed, these tend to present the field according to the analysts' subjective biases and tends to meld what the field is with what the field should be. In order to overcome the limitations present in the subjective reviews proposed untill today, in this study we conduct an objective review of the main contributions to the Regional Innovation Systems fiels of studies.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2010

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