The Growth of Research Triangle Park

@article{Link2003TheGO,
  title={The Growth of Research Triangle Park},
  author={A. Link and John T. Scott},
  journal={Small Business Economics},
  year={2003},
  volume={20},
  pages={167-175}
}
In light of the history of Research Triangle Park, we develop an analytical model to characterize the Park's growth. The model is based on the hypothesis that the Park's growth can be thought of as the adoption of an innovation, where the innovation is the new innovative environment created by the Park and its infrastructure. 

Challenges and Opportunities in Science Parks’ Management: design of a tool based on the analysis of resident companies

Resumen en: The correct management of science parks is strategic for universities, as well as a synergistic effect for companies therein installed. Park managers hav...

The contribution of science parks: a literature review and future research agenda

Over the past decades, public policy has promoted the establishment of science parks to support the development and growth of technology-based firms and, as such, spur economic prosperity. However,

The strategy for building the Science Business Park: focus on the case of Research Triangle Park, USA

Science business park(SBP) has been formulated and developed for the purpose of economic development. In addition to the Daedeok Innopolis, cities of Daegu, Gwangju, and Sejong are considering making

U.S. science parks: the diffusion of an innovation and its effects on the academic missions

  • Education
  • 2013
The paper is an exploratory study of science parks in the United States. It models the history of science parks as the diffusion of an innovation that was adopted at a rapid and increasing rate in

Research Triangle Park

Research Triangle Park, the largest planned research center in the United States, was created in 1959 through the efforts of Governor Luther Hodges [2] and hundreds of scientists, politicians, and

A Process Model of Government Intervention and Capability Development: Lessons from the Technology Cluster Formation in Hyderabad, India

Abstract This study examines the path taken by the government of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh that recently established an information technology (IT) cluster in Hyderabad, the capital city.

Chinese technology transfer policy: the case of the national independent innovation demonstration zone of East Lake

This paper analyzes the technology transfer policies that are being developed to reduce the regional disparities in economic growth in China. In particular, these technology transfer policies focus

Collective entrepreneurship: the strategic management of Research Triangle Park

Perception and action describe the entrepreneur as a dynamic figure in economic activity. It follows then that entrepreneurship entails a process that begins with perception and is completed with

U.S. University Research Parks

University research parks are important as a mechanism for the transfer of academic research findings, as a source of knowledge spillovers, and as a catalyst for national and regional economic
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 12 REFERENCES

Models of technology diffusion

A Generosity of Spirit: The Early History of the Research Triangle Park, Research Triangle Park: The Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina

  • 1995

Hybrid Corn Revisited

The entrepreneur: mainstream views and radical critiques

From Seed to Harvest: The Growth of Research Triangle Park

  • The Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina, forthcoming

Stata Statistical Software: Release 6 College Station, TX: Stata Corporation

  • Stata Statistical Software: Release 6 College Station, TX: Stata Corporation
  • 1999

From Seed to Harvest: The Growth of Research Triangle Park, Research Triangle Park: The Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina, forthcoming

  • From Seed to Harvest: The Growth of Research Triangle Park, Research Triangle Park: The Research Triangle Foundation of North Carolina, forthcoming

Year Number of Research Companies Year Number of Research Employees References

  • Year Number of Research Companies Year Number of Research Employees References