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Learning and regional development
Interactive learning and localised knowledge in globalising learning economies
Two ways to look at learning regions in the context of globalization: The homogenizing and particularizing approaches
Activity-specificity in organizational learning: implications for analysing the role of proximity
Is geographical proximity necessary in the innovation networks in the era of global economy?
Rallet, A.; Torre, A.
Externalities, knowledge spillovers and the spatial distribution of innovation
Paci, R.; Usai, S.
The prospects of an adjustment policy based on collective learning in old industrial regions
Boschma, R.; Lambooy, J.
Learning and local competitiveness: the case of Turin
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