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Clusters and knowledge: local buzz, global pipelines and the process of knowledge creation
The paper is concerned with spatial clustering of economic activity and its relation to the spatiality of knowledge creation in interactive learning processes. It questions the view that tacitExpand
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Building global knowledge pipelines: The role of temporary clusters
Abstract Business people and professionals come together regularly at trade fairs, exhibitions, conventions, congresses, and conferences. Here, their latest and most advanced findings, inventions andExpand
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Toward a relational economic geography
In this paper, we argue that a paradigmatic shift is occurring in economic geography toward a relational economic geography. This rests on three propositions. First, from a structural perspectiveExpand
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Between Luminaires and Meat Grinders: International Trade Fairs as Temporary Clusters
Bathelt H. and Schuldt N. Between luminaires and meat grinders: international trade fairs as temporary clusters, Regional Studies. This paper claims that international trade fairs, viewed asExpand
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Regional competence and economic recovery: divergent growth paths in Boston's high technology economy
Since the 1960s, the growth of high technology industries in Boston's Route 128 region has attracted the attention of academics, planners and politicians. What was especially remarkable about theExpand
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Cluster Relations in the Media Industry: Exploring the 'Distanced Neighbour' Paradox in Leipzig
Bathelt H. (2005) Cluster relations in the media industry: exploring the 'distanced neighbour' paradox in Leipzig, Regional Studies39, 105-127. This paper uses a multidimensional cluster concept thatExpand
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Geographies of production: growth regimes in spatial perspective 3 - toward a relational view of economic action and policy
The version of record [Bathelt, H. (2006). Geographies of production: Growth regimes in spatial perspective 3 – Toward a relational view of economic action and policy. Progress in Human Geography,Expand
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Institutional change in economic geography
This paper develops a rigorous concept of institutions to investigate the interrelationships between institutional and economic change from the perspective of economic geography. We view institutionsExpand
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Geographies of production: growth regimes in spatial perspective 1-innovation, institutions and social systems
The version of record [Bathelt, H. (2003). Geographies of production: Growth regimes in spatial perspective 1 – Innovation, institutions and social systems. Progress in Human Geography, 27(6),Expand
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Local, global and virtual buzz: The importance of face-to-face contact in economic interaction and possibilities to go beyond
Abstract Novel information and communication technologies have created new possibilities for transferring information and knowledge over distance. Although this might open up broad options forExpand
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