Economic globalisation and its future challenges for regional development

  title={Economic globalisation and its future challenges for regional development},
  author={Philip Cooke},
This paper aims to outline a new policy theory to improve sustainability and self-reliability of regional innovation and learning systems. Discussing characteristics, success and shortcomings of three well-known examples for regional growth strategies (‘generative growth’ at Silicon Valley, ‘corporate-led academic entrepreneurship’ in Sweden, and equity investment models in Israel), strategies are presented to link global and local value chains whilst moderating regional and social polarisation… CONTINUE READING

From This Paper

Figures, tables, and topics from this paper.


Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 28 references

Institutions, entrepreneurship, and growth: biomedicine and polymers in Sweden and Ohio

  • B. Carlsson
  • Small Business Economics,
  • 2002

A dip in Silicon Valley

  • E. Luce, L. Kehoe
  • Financial Times,
  • 2001

Biotechnology clusters in the UK: lessons from localisation in the commercialisation of science

  • P. Cooke
  • Small Business Economics,
  • 2001
1 Excerpt

Creativity and cost in urban and regional development in the new economy

  • B. Asheim, E. Clark
  • European Planning Studies,
  • 2001

Dotcommers hunt for alternative jobs

  • D. Gardner
  • Financial Times,
  • 2001

No exit

  • P. Abrahams, E. Luce
  • Financial Times, February 26,
  • 2001

Numbers, quality, and entry: how has the Bayh-Dole Act affected US university patenting and licensing?

  • D. Mowery, A. Ziedonis
  • 2001

Can Japan Compete? London

  • M. Porter, H. Takeuchi, M. Sakakibara
  • 2000

Flexible recycling and high technology entrepreneurship’, in M. Kenney (Ed.) Understanding Silicon Valley, Stanford

  • H. Bahrami, S. Evans
  • 2000

Structural competitiveness and learning regions

  • P. Cooke, G. Schienstock
  • Enterprise and Innovation Management Studies,
  • 2000

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…