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The Politics of Local Innovation : Conditions for the Development of Innovations, Paperback / softback Book

Paperback / softback


The interest in urban governance and policy is growing, namely in the proposed interconnection with innovation policies.

This book fills a gap by contributing to a new understanding of urban innovations. The authors treat the subject in an original manner, particularly given the methodological approach. Innovation is a heated topic and is taught widely in management studies, economic geography and development studies. The value of this book is its empirical cases that enrich our understanding of a growing topic. This book will be particularly relevant for the analysis of local policy systems and for the broader field of urban studies, urban planning and urban geography.



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