Inderscience Publishers

Transregional effects of knowledge management: implications for policy and evaluation design

0
- By:

Courtesy of Inderscience Publishers

This paper deals with the potential and prerequisites of transregional knowledge flows as input for economic development strategies in less favoured regions and their consequences for evaluation studies. Using evolutionary approaches to explain emergence of and limits to transregional knowledge flows, four different strategies to build up competitive advantages are discussed and connected to suitable evaluation strategies.

Keywords: transregional knowledge flows, regional development strategies, networks of competencies, centres of excellence, clusters theory, franchise models

Customer comments

No comments were found for Transregional effects of knowledge management: implications for policy and evaluation design. Be the first to comment!