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Technological paradigms, regimes and trajectories: Manufacturing and service industries in a new taxonomy of sectoral patterns of innovation
Fulvio Castellacci [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Liberalisation and R&D in network industries: The case of the electricity industry
Tooraj Jamasb and Michael Pollitt [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Attitudes to innovation in peripheral economic regions
Daniel Coronado, Manuel Acosta and Ana Fernández [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Knowledge translation and research careers: Mode I and Mode II activity among health researchers
Carole A. Estabrooks, Peter Norton, Judy M. Birdsell, Mandi S. Newton, Adeniyi J. Adewale and Richard Thornley [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Beyond industry–university links: Sourcing knowledge for innovation from consultants, private research organisations and the public science-base
Bruce S. Tether and Abdelouahid Tajar [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

‘The tyranny of distance’: Biotechnology networks and clusters in the antipodes
Michael Gilding [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

How much do specialists have to learn from each other when they jointly develop radical product innovations?
Christina Schmickl and Alfred Kieser [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Modelling the innovation value chain
Stephen Roper, Jun Du and James H. Love [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

R&D intensity, value appropriation and integration patterns within organizational boundaries
Niron Hashai and Tamar Almor [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Pendency and grant ratios of invention patents: A comparative study of the US and China
Deli Yang [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Antecedents of corporate spin-offs in Spain: A resource-based approach
Félix López Iturriaga and Natalia Martín Cruz [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Public policies towards Research Joint Venture: Institutional design and participants’ characteristics
Pedro L. Marín and Georges Siotis [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

R&D, higher education and regional growth: Uneven linkages among European regions
Alessandro Sterlacchini [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Inventive and uninventive clusters: The case of Canadian biotechnology
Barak S. Aharonson, Joel A.C. Baum and Anne Plunket [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Review

Linda Jakobson, Editor, Innovation with Chinese Characteristics, High-Tech Research in China, Palgrave Macmillan/Finish Institute of International Affairs, Hampshire UK/New York, USA (2007) ISBN 978-0-230-00692-8 172 pp., Hardback, Price: £55.
Shulin Gu [Publisher]