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Hauge, A. and Hracs, B.J. See the Sound, Hear the Style: Collaborative Linkages between Indie Musicians and Fashion Designers in Local Scenes, Industry and Innovation, 17: 1, 113-129.

Shearmur, R. Space, place and innovation: a distance-based approach, The Canadian Geographer/Le Geographe canadien 54, no 1 (2010) 46-67.


Niosi, J. and Banik, M. The Evolution and Performance of Biotechnology Regional Systems of Innovation, Cambridge Journal of Economics, 2005 (29): 343-357.

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Bradford, N. 2004. Place Matters and Multi-Level Governance: Perspectives on a New Urban Policy Paradigm, Policy Options February, Vol. 25 No. 2, pp. 39-45.

Britton, J. 2004. High Technology Localization and Extra-Regional Networks. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development,16: 369-390.

Davis, C. and Sun, E. 2004. Business Development Capabilities in Information Technology SMEs in a Regional Economy. Journal of Technology Transfer.

Davis, C. and Rosson, P. 2004. Electronic Marketplaces and Innovation: the Canadian Experience. International Journal of Information Technology Management. 3(1): 41-58.

Fontan, J-M, KIein, J-L and Tremblay, D-G. 2004 Innovation and Society: Broadening the Analysis of the Territorial Effects of Innovation, in Innovation Socio-territoriale et Reconversion Economique: Le Cas de Montreal. L'Harmattan.

Gertler, M. 2004. Manufacturing Culture: The Institutional Geography of Industrial Practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Holbrook, J A and Salazar, M. 2004. Regional Innovation Systems within a Federation: Do National Policies Affect all Regions Equally? Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice, 6(1) April.

Holbrook, J and Salazar, M. 2004. A Debate on Innovation Surveys. Science and Public Policy. 13(4).

Landry, R, Amara, N. and Ouimet, M. 2004. New Evidence on Instrumental, Conceptual and Symbolic Utilization of University Research in Government Agencies. Science Communication 16 (1): 75-107.

Landry, R, Amara, N, Lamarai, M. 2004. Capital social, innovation, territoires et politiques publiques. Revue Canadienne des Sciences Régionales, 26(1): 87-120.

Mytelka, L. 2004. Catching Up in New Wave Technologies. Oxford Development Studies, 32(3) September: 389-405.

Mytelka, L. and Barclay, L.A. 2004. Using Foreign Investment Strategically for Innovation. European Journal of Development Research, 16(3) Autumn: 527-555.

Mytelka, L. 2004. Clustering, long distance Partnerships and the SME: A Study of the French Biotechnology Sector. Journal of International Technology Management, 24(8): 791-808.

Phillips, P W.B. et al., 2004. Agriculture and Life-Science Clusters in Canada: An Empirical and Policy Analysis, Final Project Report for the AAFC Study of the Saskatoon Cluster.

Phillips, P W.B. and Ryan, C. 2004. Knowledge management in advanced technology industries: An examination of international agricultural biotechnology clusters. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 22(2): 217 – 232.

Phillips, P W.B., Smyth, S, Kerr, W. and Khachatourians, G. 2004. Regulating the Liabilities of agricultural biotechnology. CAB International.

Rutherford, T. 2004. Convergence, The Institutional Turn and Workplace Regimes: The Case of Lean Production. Progress in Human Geography 28(4): 1-22.

Tremblay, D-G, Klein, J-L, Fontan, J-M and Rousseau, S. 2004. Territorial Proximity and Innovation: A Survey of the Montreal Region, Revue D'Economie Rurale at Urbaine, 5.

Tremblay, D-G, Klein, J-L, and Fontan, J-M. 2004. Innovation et société : pour élargir l’analyse des effets territoriaux de l’innovation. Géographie, économie et société. 6(2):115-128.

Tremblay, D-G. 2004. Communities of practice : Are the structural and organizational conditions for implementation the same for a virtual multi-organization community? Revista Organisacao et sociedad SaoPaulo, Brésil

Tremblay, D-G, Klein, J-L, and Fontan, J-M. 2004. Collective action in local development; the case of the Angus project in Montreal. Canadian Journal of Urban Research. December.

Warrian, P. 2004. Measuring Up in Steel: Performance Measurement and Innovation Policy in the Canadian Steel Industry. International Review of Administrative Science. 70, March.

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Bradford, N. 2003. Public-Private Partnership? Shifting Paradigms of Economic Governance in Ontario. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 36:5 December: 1005-1033.

Bradford, N. 2003. Cities and Communities that Work: Innovative Practices, Enabling Policies. Ottawa: Canadian Policy Research Networks.

Britton, J. 2003. Network structure of an industrial cluster: electronics in Toronto. Environment and Planning A, 35: 983-1006.

Dalpe, R. 2003. Interaction between Public Research Organizations and Industry in Biotechnology. Managerial and Decision Economics, 24(2-3) Mars -Mai: 171-185.

Doutriaux, J. 2003. University-Industry Linkages and the development of knowledge clusters in Canada. Local Economy, 18(1): 63-79.

Landry, R, Amara, N, Lamarai, M. 2003. Extent and Determinants of Utilization of University Research in Government Agencies. Public Administration Review, 63 (2), March:333-49.

Mytelka, L and Delapierre, M. 2003. Cascades d’innovations et nouvelles strategies oligopolistiques. La Revue d’Economie Industrielle, 103(2-3): 233-252.

Niosi, J and Bas, T.G. 2003. Biotechnology Megacentres: Montreal and Toronto Regional Systems of Innovation. European Planning Studies, 11 (7): 789-804.

Niosi, J. 2003. Alliances are not enough. Explaining rapid growth in biotechnology firms. Research Policy, 32 (5):737-750.

Phillips, P W.B and Smyth, S. 2003. Will Labeling Manage the Liabilities and Communicate the Benefits of Genetically Modified Food Products? Trends in Biotechnology.

Phillips, P W.B. and Dierker, D. 2003. The Search for the Holy Grail? Maximizing Social Welfare under Canadian Biotechnology Patent Policy. IP Strategy Today. 6: 45-62.

Phillips, P W.B. and Corkindale, D. 2003. Marketing GM foods: The way forward. AgBioForum 5(3):113-121.

Phillips, P W.B and Smyth, S. 2003. Product Differentiation Alternatives: Identity Preservation, Segregation and Traceability. AgBioForum 5(2): 30-42.

Tremblay, D-G. 2003. Telework : A New Mode of Gendered Segmentation ? Results from a study in Canada. Canadian Journal of Communication. 28 (4): 461-478.

Tremblay, D-G\, Klein, J-L, Fontan, J-M and Rousseau, S. 2003. Proximité territoriale et innovation : une enquête sur la région de Montréal. Revue d’économie régionale et urbaine. 5(3): 835-852.

Tremblay, D-G. 2003. New Types of Careers in the Knowledge Economy? Networks and boundaryless jobs as a career strategy in the ICT and multimedia sector. Communications & Strategies: 81 -106.

Tremblay, D-G, Klein, J-L, and Fontan, J-M. 2003. Systèmes locaux et réseaux productifs dans la reconversion économique : le cas de Montréal. Géographie, économie et sociéte. 5(1) Mai.

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Bradford, N. 2002. Why Cities Matter: Policy Research Perspectives for Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Policy Research Networks.

Britton, J. 2002. Regional Implications of North American Integration: A Canadian Perspective on High Technology Manufacturing. Regional Studies, 36: 359-374.

Dalpe, R. 2002. Bibliometric Analysis of Biotechnology, Scientometrics 55(2): 189-213.

Donald, B. 2002. The Permeable City: Toronto's Spatial Shift at the Turn of the Millennium. The Professional Geographer. 54(2) May: 190-203.

Gertler, M. and Rutherford, T. 2002. Labour in lean times: regions and the national trajectories of After-Fordism. Transactions, Institute of British Geographers. 25.

Landry, R, Amara, N, Lamarai, M. 2002. Does Social Capital Determine Innovation? To What Extent? Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 69: 681-701.

Landry, R, Amara, N, Lamarai, M. 2002. Quels apprentissages pour quelles innovations? Revue canadienne des sciences régionales/Canadian Journal of Regional Sciences. 24 (1): 57-80.

Mytelka, L. and Smith, K. 2002. Policy Learning and Innovation Theory: An Interactive and Co-Evolving Process. Research Policy, 31: 1467-1479.

Niosi, J. 2002. National Systems of Innovation are X-Efficient. Research Policy, 31 (2): 291-302.

Niosi, J, Cloutier, L Martin, and Lejeune, A. 2002. Biotechnologie et Industrie au Québec, Montreal. Les éditions Transcontinental.

Phillips, W.B. 2002. Biotechnology in the global agri-food system. Trends in Biotechnology, 20(9), September: 376-381.

Phillips, W.B. and Kerr, W. 2002. Frustrating competition through regulatory uncertainty—International trade in the products of biotechnology. World Competition: Law and Economics Review 25(1): 81-99.

Rutherford, T. 2002. Japanese Automakers and the NAFTA Environment: Global Context. Environments, 29(3)

Rutherford, T, Parker, P. and Koshiba, T.2002.Global, Local, or Hybrid?: Evidence of Adaptation among Japanese Automobile Plants in Japan, the United States and Canada. Environments, 29(3).

Warrian, P. 2002. Steel Industry Bargaining: Past Experiences and Future Perspectives. Industrial Relations Research Association, Research Volume, Ithaca: ILR Press.

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Blay-Palmer, A. and Smithers, J. 2001."Technology innovation as a strategy for climate adaptation in agriculture," Applied Geography 21: 175-197.

Gertler, M. and Wolfe, D. 2001. Globalization and Economic Restructuring in Ontario: From Industrial Heartland to Learning Region? European Planning Studies 9(5): 575-592.

Gertler, M. 2001. Central Canada and the global economy: politics and possibilities. The Canadian Geographer, 45(1): 31-35.

Holbrook, J A and Hughes, LP. 2001. Comments on the use of the OECD Oslo Manual in non-manufacturing based economies. Science and Public Policy, 28(2).

Landry, Rejean, Amara, N, and Lamarai, M. 2001. Climbing the Ladder of Research Utilization: Evidence from Social Science Research. Science Communication, 22 (4): 396-422.

Landry, R, Amara, N, and Lamarai, M. 2001. Capital social, innovation et politiques publiques. Isuma, Canadian Journal of Public Policy/Revue canadienne de politiques publiques, 2 (1): 63-71.

Niosi, J. and Bas, T. 2001. The competence of regions - Canada's clusters in biotechnology. Small Business Economics, 17: 31-42.

Rutherford, T. 2001. The State of Training: Learning, Institutional Innovation and Local Boards in Ontario. Environment and Planning A, 33: 1871-1891.

Smith, R, Lewis, B and Massey, C. 2001. A Tower Under Siege: Education and Technology Policy in Canada. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.

Tremblay, D-G, Klein, J-L, and Fontan, J-M. 2001. Le technopôle Angus : développement local et reconversion industrielle à Montréal. Organisation et territoire. Printemps-été : 57-66.

Tremblay, D-G, Klein, J-L, Fontan, J-M and Bordeleau, D. 2001. De friche industrielle à Cité technologique montréalaise : la trajectoire récente du Faubourg des Récollets. Organisation et territoire.Hiver:15-23

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