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Malgorzata Runiewicz-Wardyn

Knowledge Flows, Technological Change and Regional Growth in the European Union


2013. 2015. xxv, 231 S. 26 SW-Abb. 235 mm
Verlag/Jahr: SPRINGER, BERLIN; SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING 2015
ISBN: 3-319-03335-2 (3319033352)
Neue ISBN: 978-3-319-03335-8 (9783319033358)

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The book provides conceptual and empirical insights into the complex relationship between knowledge flows and regional growth in the EU. The author critically scrutinizes and enhances the RIS (Regional Innovation System) approach, discussing innovation as a technological, institutional and evolutionary process. Moreover, she advances the ongoing discourse on the role of space and technological proximity in the process of innovation and technological externalities. The book closes with an investigation of the role of technological change and knowledge spillovers in the dynamic growth and "catching-up" of EU regions. _
Knowledge as a Driver of Technological Change and Regional Growth.- Innovative, Technological, and Growth Capacities of the EU Regions.- Determinants of RISs┤ Efficiency of the EU Regions.- The Role of Intra-, Inter- and Extra-Regional Sources of Knowledge Spillovers in the EU Regions. Evidence from High-Tech Industries.- Localized Knowledge Spillovers, Agglomeration Externalities, and the Technological Dynamic in High-Tech Industries. Evidence Based on the EU Regions.- Knowledge Spillovers, Technological Change, and Regional Growth. The Empirical Evidence of the EU Regions.- Final Remarks and Implications.

Dr. Malgorzata Runiewicz-Wardyn is an Assistant Professor in Kozminski University in Warsaw; a researcher in the Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic Research Center (TIGER) and a postdoctoral Visiting Fellow at the Center for European Studies of Harvard University and the Institute of Urban and Regional Development of the Berkeley University of California (2008 and 2009). She is an author of numerous scientific publications and an expert in EU funded research projects related to knowledge economy, information society and international competitiveness.