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Location of high technology firms and regional economic development
|Statement||prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Monetary and Fiscal Policy of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States.|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee. Subcommittee on Monetary and Fiscal Policy.|
|LC Classifications||HC110.D5 P73 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 70 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||82602326|
A science park (also called a "university research park", "technology park”, “technopole", or a "science and technology park" (STP)) is defined as being a property-based development that accommodates and fosters the growth of tenant firms and that is affiliated with a university (or a government and private research bodies) based on proximity, ownership, and/or governance. The Department of Economic Development (DED) is governed by a Commissioner, appointed by the Executive. DED is comprised of the following divisions: Strategic Business, Environmental, Motion Picture and Television, Economic Incentives, Tourism, Minority and Women-Owned Business Development, High Technology, and Policy and Research. Budget.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for New Horizons in Regional Science: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Global Economy: Knowledge, Technology and Internationalization (, Hardcover) at the best online prices . High technology industries are thought to be different from other industries in their locational orientation and in their degree of spin-offs and firm births. This study uses a highly detailed data set to examine four sectors: computers, medical instruments, semiconductors, and computer programming. Generally, the northeastern and western United States have the Cited by:
Except for the location and regional development conditions’ factors, researchers emphasize a built environment’s role in the formation of innovation clusters. Based on the spatial database of 12, high-tech firms in in the Pearl River Delta (PRD), this study developed a conceptual framework for the built : Kangmin Wu, Yang Wang, Yuyao Ye, Hongou Zhang, Guangqing Huang. one thing is clear: the numerous special economic zones and industrial clusters that emerged after the country’s reforms are without doubt two important engines of China’s remarkable development. The special economic zones and industrial clusters have made crucial contributions to China’s economic Size: 1MB.
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Get this from a library. Location of high technology firms and regional economic development: a staff study. [Robert Premus; United States. Congress. Joint Economic Committee. Subcommittee on Monetary and Fiscal Policy.]. Location of High Technology Firms and Regional Economic Development, report to US Congress from the Joint Economic Committee, May 6.
High Technology and Regional Development; Hearing, 97th Congress, 2nd Session, March 1,Joint Economic Committee, Subcommittee on Trade, Productivity, and Economic by: 1. Regional Economic Development: A Review Andrea Ascani, Riccardo Crescenzi, Simona Iammarino Department of Geography and Environment London School of Economics and Political Science Email: @ Abstract This review offers an analysis of the main concepts explored in the regional and local economic development Size: KB.
Three reports are appended: they concern (1) the theoretical base for high-technology location and regional development, (2) a regional assessment of the formation and growth in high-technology firms, and (3) a preliminary investigation of recent evidence on high-technology industries' spatial tendencies.
High-Technology Development in Regional Economic Growth. Policy Implications of Dynamic Externalities. Clear evidence is found for endogenous technological progress marked by positive feedback, especially for small firms in diversified high-technology enclaves.
There are technological externalities associated with knowledge spillovers Cited by: 2. From Our Blog. National Epidemics, Then and Now.
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retention and expansion, technology transfer, real estate development and others. The main goal of economic development is improving the economic well being of a community through efforts that entail job creation, job retention, tax base enhancements and quality of life.
2 Conventional Wisdom on Location Decisions of Firms. Location theory forms a central element in regional economics and economic geography. Location and trade were already regarded by the grandfather of economics, Adam Smith, as two interwoven phenomena: location impacts on trade flows and trade impacts on location decisions.
Location theory, in economics and geography, theory concerned with the geographic location of economic activity; it has become an integral part of economic geography, regional science, and spatial on theory addresses the questions of what economic activities are located where and why.
The location of economic activities can be determined on a broad. Introduction. The clustering of high-technology firms and the synergies it creates among various institutions in the cluster is a defining characteristic of Silicon Valley and Route in the U.S.
Observers have noted that such concentration of innovative firms and individuals in a region helps to create an entrepreneurial and innovative culture that breeds a continuous stream of Cited by: The cluster approach leads to little if any reliance on economic development subsidies and recruitment efforts aimed at individual firms; if these individual, firm-based policies are used at all Author: Joseph Cortright.
The research sought to examine the impact of local regional economic resources on internal innovation in totally independent small high technology firms of less than employees. The overall pattern of the results tends to suggest that innovative high technology firms are more vigorous seekers of external : R.
Oakey, R. Rothwell. only agreement currently is that economic development is difficult to define. Nevertheless defining economic development is a necessary prerequisite to move discussion towards objective policy discussion and robust measurement.
The first step in defining economic development is distinguishing it from the concept of economic Size: KB. Sectoral differences in the location and operations of high technology small firms: some issues for economic development (S. Cooper). Development and Growth.
Developing high-tech classification schemes: a competency-based approach (J. Baldwin, G. Gellatly). Innovation districts are the manifestation of mega-trends altering the location preferences of people and firms and, in the process, re-conceiving the. Labor-Demand-Side Economic Development Incentives and Urban Opportunity.
Timothy. Bartik. This chapter focuses on "labor-demand-side" economic development policies that target specific firms or relatively narrowly defined groups of firms. The central focus: how such policies might broaden urban by: 1. For example, the high location quotient for Finance and insurance suggests that the sector is an important source of local economic exports.
Analysis of more disaggregated data (such as the three-digit or four-digit NAICS level) will help identify the specific industries that generate the export employment. Westhead, P. and Batstone, S.
(), “Perceived Benefits of a Managed Science Park Location for Independent Technology-Based Firms”, Entrepreneur Cited by: 2.
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Minnesota Street, Suite E Saint Paul, MN Regional Development Planning; Issues and Realities 41st ISoCaRP Congress 3 examination of a number of physical, social, economic and environmental aspects of the building site and the neighboring sites.
The recognized purpose of any development is social investment. But human progress is not an automatic consequence of economic growth. The logic of economic development: a definition and model for investment inputs and the opportunity set for firms.
Economic development is associated with institutions, social capital, labor and capital mobility, and income and wealth equity (Fagerberg et al., full range of economies—both national and regional. Inspired by Sen File Size: KB.When originally published inthis book was one of the first to deal solely with the urban and regional incidence and development implications of new firm formation in particular EU countries.
It reviews the extent of and reasons for geographical variation in numbers of new firms, examines the nature of such firms and assesses the regional.Technology is considered as a key factor for economic development. Many authors in the field of technology management mention this impact on economic development as a motivator for their.