Knowledge Networks as Channels and Conduits: The Effects of Spillovers in the Boston Biotechnology Community


We contend that two important, nonrelational, features of formal interorganizational networks—geographic propinquity and organizational form—fundamentally alter the flow of information through a network. Within regional economies, contractual linkages among physically proximate organizations represent relatively transparent channels for information transfer… (More)
DOI: 10.1287/orsc.1030.0054


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