The ability of the model of “sustainable economic growth” put forward by the Lisbon Agenda1 to deliver its benefits evenly to the EU regions depends essentially on the capacity of each region to produce and access innovation. In this context the uneven geographical distribution of R&D activities has been regarded as a crucial source of competitive advantage for some areas and the promotion of R&D investment has become a key ingredient of EU regional development policies. EU policies to promote the “knowledge-based” economy have mainly been focused on various forms of support for R&D activities not only for the “production” of new knowledge but also for the economic exploitation of existing knowledge. -

RICCARDO CRESCENZI, & Andrés RODRIGUEZ-POSE (2009). of innovation and regional growth in the EU: endogenous vs. external innovative efforts and socio-economic conditions. In Lanfranco Senn, & Ugo Fratesi (a cura di), Growth and innovation of competitive regions: the role of internal and external connections. berlino : springer [10.1007/978-3-540-70924-4_8].

of innovation and regional growth in the EU: endogenous vs. external innovative efforts and socio-economic conditions

CRESCENZI, RICCARDO;
2009

Abstract

The ability of the model of “sustainable economic growth” put forward by the Lisbon Agenda1 to deliver its benefits evenly to the EU regions depends essentially on the capacity of each region to produce and access innovation. In this context the uneven geographical distribution of R&D activities has been regarded as a crucial source of competitive advantage for some areas and the promotion of R&D investment has become a key ingredient of EU regional development policies. EU policies to promote the “knowledge-based” economy have mainly been focused on various forms of support for R&D activities not only for the “production” of new knowledge but also for the economic exploitation of existing knowledge. -
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