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Quantitative methods for place-based innovation policy : measuring the growth potential of regions / edited by Roberta Capello, Alexander Kleibrink and Monika Matusiak

Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020Description: 1 Online-Ressource (ix, 239 Seiten)ISBN:
  • 9781789905519
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: 9781789905502 | Erscheint auch als: 9781789905502(hardback) LOC classification:
  • HC241.2
DOI: DOI: 10.4337/9781789905519Online resources: Summary: Contents: Chapter 1: Mapping industrial and territorial dimensions for the design of place-based innovation policies: The rationale of the book / Roberta Capello, Alexander Kleibrink and Monika Matusiak -- Part 1: Understanding the economic fabric of territories -- Chapter 2: Establishing the fundament for ris3 regional innovation policies - mapping economic specialisation / Henning Kroll -- Chapter 3: Mapping relatedness in European regions / Frank van Oort, Nicola Cortinovis, Teodora Dogaru and Jeroen van Haaren -- Chapter 4: Mapping global value chains / Giovanni Mandras and Andrea Conte -- Part 2: Understanding the territorial dimension of innovation -- Chapter 5: Mapping regional innovation patterns and their evolution / Roberta Capello and Camilla Lenzi -- Chapter 6: Mapping innovation potential for place-based innovation policies / Hugo Hollanders and Monika Matusiak -- Chapter 7. Learning from similar regions: How to benchmark innovation systems beyond rankings / Susana Franco, Carlo Gianelle, Alexander Kleibrink and Asier Murciego -- Chapter 8: Identifying specialisation domains beyond taxonomies: Mapping scientific and technological domains of specialisation via semantic analysis / Enric Fuster, Francesco Massucci and Monika Matusiak -- Index.Summary: "Building on the experience of more than one hundred innovation strategies for smart specialisation, this book uncovers insights into their recent implementation by regional and national governments in the European Union. Although designed to boost the competitiveness of Europe and its regions, chapters analyse why the implementation of this policy model was much more complicated than expected. Offering an in-depth understanding of territories and their complexity, and highlighting why this is crucial to the topic, this timely book explores the importance of place-based innovation policy instead of a one-size-fits-all variety. It provides new reflections on the conceptual approaches for the identification of innovation priorities, the data required, the methods through which the data can be turned into useful information and the mapping of the information available. This book's insights into how the economic, scientific, innovative and societal potential of cities, regions and countries can be measured will be useful for policy-makers looking to learn from the smart specialisation of Europe. Public policy and economic innovation scholars will appreciate the strong case studies analysed in the book combined with in-depth analysis of different methodologies"--PPN: PPN: 1727511670Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-1-EWE | ZDB-1-EEM | ZDB-77-ECE | ZDB-77-EEC
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