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Shearmur, R. Neo-Regionalism and Spatial Analysis: Complementary Approaches to the Geography of Innovation?

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Bedore, M. Market Failure, Government Failure: Learning from Kingston's 'Food Desert' to Plan for a Just City. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.

Bliemel, M., and McCarthy, I. Networks and High-Tech Innovation in Vancouver: An Application of Q-Analysis to ISRN Interivews. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.

Doloreux, D., and Mattson, H. To What Extent Do Different Sectors 'Socialize' Innovation Differently? Mapping Cooperative Linkages in Knowledge Intensive Industries in the Ottawa Region.

Dossou-Yovo, A. Role of Intermediaries and Innovation Systems Performance. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.

Grant, J. The Fate of the Region: Attracting and Retaining Newcomers to Halifax.

Holme, R. The Seaport Case Study: A Social Networks Analysis. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.

Li, B. Habits of Online Creatives: Using an Online Social Networking Website to Identify Trends in the Young Urban Professional Creative Community in the Calgary City Region. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.

Rekers, J. The Role of the City Region in Constructing Credibility and Respect. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.

Shearmur, R, and Doloreux, D. Urban Hierarchy or Local Milieu? High-Order Producer Service and (or) Knowledge-Intensive Business Service Location in Canada, 1991-2001.

Smith, R, and Warfield, K. The Creative City: A Matter of Values.


Hutton, T. Trajectories of the New Economy: An International Investigation of Inner City Regeneration and Dislocation

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Britton, J, Smith, R and Tremblay, D-G. Contrasts in Clustering: The Example of Canadian New Media

Chamberlin, T. Making Sense of Irrational Decisions. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May. ppt

Creutzberg, T. "Who Even Knew We Had One?": The GTA's Microelectronics Industry and the Role of Non-Market Governance. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May. ppt

Spencer, G. Connecting Cognitive Diversity in Space: Towards a Geographic Theory of Creativity. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.ppt

Williams, A. Understanding the ISRN Conception of Clusters: How Metaphors Both Reveal and Conceal. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.ppt

Zhegu, M and Niosi,J. Globalization and the Patterns of Industry Location: The Case of the Aerospace Industry. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.ppt

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Bramwell, A, Nelles, J and Wolfe, D. Knowledge, Innovation and Regional Culture in Waterloo's ICT Clusterppt

Britton, J. The Path Dependence of Multimedia: Explaining Toronto's Cluster ppt

Bromley, I. Modern Economic Development Planning: Regional Foresight Exercises as Risk Reduction Strategies and Negotiated Co-Investment Processes.

Creutzberg, T. Governing Without a (National) Rudder: A Look at a Multi-Level and Multi-Actor Model of Contemporary Economic Governance in North America. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May. ppt

Fitzgibbon, S., Holmes, J. and Rutherford, T. Innovation in the Auto Parts Industry: A Case Study of the Windsor-Essex Region ppt

Hickton, C. Social Capital in the Okanagan Wine Industry. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.

Karwandy, J. Exploring Cross-Sectoral Transfer of Regional Innovative Capacity: From Agriculture Biotechnology to Health Care. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May. ppt

Langford, C and Wood, J. The Evolution and Status of the Vancouver Wireles Industry ppt

Lucas, M and Sands, A. Regional Clusters in a Global Industry: The Development of the ICT Industry in Canada ppt

Padmore, T and Hickton, C. Patterns of Innovation in the Okanagan Wine-making Cluster ppt

Petrusevich, M. Social Capital Generators?: A Case Study for the Industry Associations Within the Vancouver New Media Cluster. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May.

Robinson, D. Cluster Evolution: In Itself to For Itself - Observations from Sudbury's Mining Supply and Service Cluster ppt

Schoales, J. Alpha Clusters ppt

Scott-Kemmis, D. Innovation Systems in Australia ppt

Smith, R, McCarthy, J and Petrusevich, M. Cluster or Whirlwind?: The New Media Industry in Vancouver ppt

Tremblay, DG and Rousseau, S. Building an Industrial Cluster and Governance: Mobilization of Actors in the Montreal Multimedia Sector

Wood, J. Transformative Technology and the Calgary Wireless Cluster: An Open Systems Perspective. Presented at the ISRN Graduate Student Session, May. ppt

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ISRN Management Committee. The Innovation Systems Research Network: An Experimental Design for Knowledge Management ppt

Blay-Palmer, A. Growing Innovation: Agricultural Innovation Policy in Perspective ppt

Cook, P. Towards Regional Science Policy? The Rationale from Biosciences ppt

Mytelka, L. Clustering, Long Distance Partnerships and the SME: A Study of the French Biotechnology Sector

Phillips, P. Regional Systems of Innovation as Modern R & D Entrepots: The Case of the Saskatoon Biotechnology Cluster ppt

Ryan, C. A Proposed Framework for Analyzing Intellectual Property Structures in the Agricultural Biotechnology Cluster ppt

Warrian, P. and Mulhern, C. Learning in Steel: Agents and Deficits ppt

Wood, J., Ross, T and Langford, C. Innovation Systems in the Calgary Wireless Cluster: Mapping as an Explanatory Model ppt

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Asheim, B. and Isaksen, A. Regional Innovation Systems: The Integration of Local 'Sticky' and Global 'Ubiquitous' Knowledge

Feldman, M A. The Entrepreneurial Event Revisited: Firm Formation in a Regional Context
Forthcoming in "Corporate and Industrial Change"

Florida, R. The Economic Geography of Talent

Malmberg, A and Maskell, P . The Elusive Concept of Localization Economies: Towards a Knowledge-based Theory of Spatial Clustering

Muller, E. RETINE (REgional Typology of Innovation NEeds)

Mytelka, L and Farinelli, F Local Clusters, Innovation Systems and Sustained Competitiveness

Wymbs, C. Key Drivers of Foreign Firms' Locational Choice: Knowledge Nodes, Cross-Cultural Differences and Investment Motivation

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Britton, J. Free Trade and the High-Tech Response: A Regional Innovation System

Holbrook, J. A and Hughes, L. Operationalizing definitions at the level of the firm

Langford, C. Measuring the Impact of University Research on Innovation

Mills, L and Brail, S. New Media in the New Millennium: The Toronto Cluster in Transition

Niosi, J. Regional Systems of Innovation: Market Pull and Government Push

Therrien, P. What Distinguishes Innovative Firms from Other Firms: Results from the 1999 Innovation Survey

Tremblay, D-G, Klein, J-L, Fontan, J-M, and Bordeleau, D. Modalities for the Establishment of the Relational Firm: A Case Study of the Cité du Multimedia, Montreal

Wolfe, D. Social Capital and Cluster Development in Learning Regions

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Dalpe, R and Ippersiel, M-P. Public Research Organizations in the Knowledge Infrastructure

D'Amours, S, Poulin, D, et Allaert, F. Les Relations Donneurs D'ordres Sous-Traitants dans L'industrie A érospatiale au Québec: Une Etude Exploratoire

Doutriaux, J. Private-Sector: Financed Research Activities at Canadian Universities: Distribution and Recent Trends

Holbrook, A, Padmore,T, Hughes, L and Finch, J. Innovation in Enterprises in a non-Metropolitan Area: Quantitative And Qualitative Perspectives

Nimijean, R. Lessons from Two Surveys of the Regional Innovation System of the Estrie Region of Quebec

Niosi, J and Bas, T. The Competencies of Regions and the Role of the National Research Council

Staber, U and Morrison, C. The Empirical Foundations of Industrial District Theory

Tremblay, D-G, and Rolland, D. The Japanese innovation system and its transferability: A Hypothesis of Hybridization in Canada


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