Research Universities and Local Economic Development: Lessons from the History of the Johns Hopkins University

@article{Feldman2003ResearchUA,
  title={Research Universities and Local Economic Development: Lessons from the History of the Johns Hopkins University},
  author={M. Feldman and P. Desrochers},
  journal={Industry and Innovation},
  year={2003},
  volume={10},
  pages={24 - 5}
}
  • M. Feldman, P. Desrochers
  • Published 2003
  • Political Science
  • Industry and Innovation
  • Research universities are often believed to be one of the conditions for successful local economic development (Miner et al. 2001). The success stories of Silicon Valley and Stanford, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Route 128, and the Research Triangle Area in North Carolina are well studied (cf. Rogers and Larsen 1984; Rosegrant and Lampe 1985; Link 1995). Since the 1980s, despite the establishment of university technology transfer offices, incentives from federal and state… CONTINUE READING
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