Knowledge Transfer and Innovations among Attractions

@inproceedings{Weidenfeld2012KnowledgeTA,
  title={Knowledge Transfer and Innovations among Attractions},
  author={Adi Weidenfeld and Marie Curie and Postdoctoral Researcher and Allan M. Williams and Richard Butler},
  year={2012}
}
This study examines knowledge transfers amongst attractions in Cornwall, England, paying attention to the significance of spatial clustering and product similarity. It is based on in-depth interviews with tourist attraction managers and key informants in two contrasting spatial clusters. The findings demonstrate that spatial proximity, product similarity and market similarity generally facilitate knowledge transfers and innovation spillovers, at the local and the regional scales. They also show… CONTINUE READING
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