On the sociospatial dynamics of personal knowledge networks: formation, maintenance, and knowledge interactions

@inproceedings{Huber2012OnTS,
  title={On the sociospatial dynamics of personal knowledge networks: formation, maintenance, and knowledge interactions},
  author={Franz Huber},
  year={2012}
}
Whilst personal knowledge networks between organisations have been argued to be important for regional economic development, their functioning and, within this context, the exact role of spatial proximity has been empirically underexplored. This paper addresses these issues by, first, examining the dynamic mechanisms of the formation, maintenance, and knowledge interaction of important knowledge relationships of R&D workers in the Cambridge information technology cluster in the UK. It is… CONTINUE READING

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