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Growth Policy in the Age of High Technology, editors, Wilson, Robert

Label
Growth Policy in the Age of High Technology
Title
Growth Policy in the Age of High Technology
Statement of responsibility
editors, Wilson, Robert
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Schmandt, Jurgen,
Dewey number
  • [E]
  • [E]
  • SCEB0150
  • SCEB0135
  • SCEB040840
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Wilson, Robert,
Series statement
Routledge Library Editions: The Economics and Business of Technology
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  • Technology and state
  • Regional planning
  • High technology industries
  • United States
Label
Growth Policy in the Age of High Technology, editors, Wilson, Robert
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Publication
Note
"Originally published in 1990 this book provides an authoritative and detailed account of the initiatives of US state governments with science and technology programs designed to foster economic growth. Two key questions are posed: Do state governments have policy instruments that are sufficiently powerful to affect thelevels and growth rates of their regional economies? and Are national and global economic forces so powerful that they render state action ineffective? Several subsidiary themes are discusses in this context, namely: the most commonly used policy instruments, the impacts on federalism and on governance and how well the universities and other educational institutions serve the economic activities imposed on them."--Provided by publisher
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • chapter 4 High-tech policy, high-tech realities: the spatial distribution of high-tech industry in America 1
  • Amy Glasmeier
  • chapter 5 Technological innovation and paths to regional economic growth
  • Edward J. Malecki
  • chapter 6 State innovation policies and regional restructuring of technologically dependent industry
  • Edward M. Bergman
  • part, III State development strategies
  • chapter 7 Recent state initiatives: an overview of state science and technology policies and programs
  • Marianne K. Clarke
  • chapter 8 State strategies for business assistance
  • Part, I The states as actors
  • R. Scott Fosler
  • chapter 9 An assessment of state technology development programs
  • John Rees Tim Lewington
  • part, IV Conclusions
  • chapter 10 The impact of elementary and secondary education on state economic development
  • Ray Marshall
  • chapter 11 Simple faiths, complex facts: vocational education as an economic development strategy
  • W. Norton Grubb
  • chapter 12 Engineering regional growth
  • Stuart A. Rosenfeld Robert D. Atkinson
  • chapter 1 Introduction: technology, regions, and states
  • chapter 13 University-industry R&D relationships
  • Irwin Feller
  • chapter 14 State government-university cooperation
  • Karen M. Paget
  • chapter 15 Creating and sustaining the U.S. technopolis
  • David V. Gibson Raymond W. Smilor
  • chapter 16 Technology and economic development in the states: continuing experiments in growth management
  • Richard P. Barke
  • Jurgen Schmandt Robert Wilson
  • chapter 2 Regional rôles in the governance of the scientific state
  • Jurgen Schmandt
  • chapter 3 Structural economic change and the powers of state government: the viability of regional development strategies
  • Robert Wilson
  • part, II Theory and evidence
Control code
on1022733355
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351121682
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
text file, PDF
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1022733355
Label
Growth Policy in the Age of High Technology, editors, Wilson, Robert
Publication
Note
"Originally published in 1990 this book provides an authoritative and detailed account of the initiatives of US state governments with science and technology programs designed to foster economic growth. Two key questions are posed: Do state governments have policy instruments that are sufficiently powerful to affect thelevels and growth rates of their regional economies? and Are national and global economic forces so powerful that they render state action ineffective? Several subsidiary themes are discusses in this context, namely: the most commonly used policy instruments, the impacts on federalism and on governance and how well the universities and other educational institutions serve the economic activities imposed on them."--Provided by publisher
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • chapter 4 High-tech policy, high-tech realities: the spatial distribution of high-tech industry in America 1
  • Amy Glasmeier
  • chapter 5 Technological innovation and paths to regional economic growth
  • Edward J. Malecki
  • chapter 6 State innovation policies and regional restructuring of technologically dependent industry
  • Edward M. Bergman
  • part, III State development strategies
  • chapter 7 Recent state initiatives: an overview of state science and technology policies and programs
  • Marianne K. Clarke
  • chapter 8 State strategies for business assistance
  • Part, I The states as actors
  • R. Scott Fosler
  • chapter 9 An assessment of state technology development programs
  • John Rees Tim Lewington
  • part, IV Conclusions
  • chapter 10 The impact of elementary and secondary education on state economic development
  • Ray Marshall
  • chapter 11 Simple faiths, complex facts: vocational education as an economic development strategy
  • W. Norton Grubb
  • chapter 12 Engineering regional growth
  • Stuart A. Rosenfeld Robert D. Atkinson
  • chapter 1 Introduction: technology, regions, and states
  • chapter 13 University-industry R&D relationships
  • Irwin Feller
  • chapter 14 State government-university cooperation
  • Karen M. Paget
  • chapter 15 Creating and sustaining the U.S. technopolis
  • David V. Gibson Raymond W. Smilor
  • chapter 16 Technology and economic development in the states: continuing experiments in growth management
  • Richard P. Barke
  • Jurgen Schmandt Robert Wilson
  • chapter 2 Regional rôles in the governance of the scientific state
  • Jurgen Schmandt
  • chapter 3 Structural economic change and the powers of state government: the viability of regional development strategies
  • Robert Wilson
  • part, II Theory and evidence
Control code
on1022733355
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
First edition
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351121682
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other physical details
text file, PDF
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1022733355

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