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knowledge industries


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knowledge industries

knowledge industries

Knowledge diffusion and industry growth: the case of Japan’s early cotton spinning industry

Historicism and Industry Emergence: Industry Knowledge from Pre-emergence to Stylized Fact

Knowledge Management Meets the Virtual Organization in the Newspaper Industry

The transfer of knowledge within the craft industries and trade guilds

Arthur Mervyn's Medical Repository and the Early Republic's Knowledge Industries

Knowledge networks in the Dutch aviation industry: the proximity paradox

Location, control and innovation in knowledge-intensive industries

Design complexity, vertical disintegration and knowledge organization in the semiconductor industry

Policy Partnership in the Development of Knowledge Industries in Scotland

Assessing internal tobacco industry knowledge of the neurobiology of tobacco dependence

Knowledge Capital and Cost Structure in the U.S. Food and Fiber Industries

Knowledge-based productivity in “low-tech” industries: evidence from firms in developing countries

Does external knowledge sourcing matter for innovation? Evidence from the Spanish manufacturing industry

Knowledge spillovers, black holes and the equilibrium location of vertically linked industries

Innovation, spillovers and university–industry collaboration: an extended knowledge production function approach

The selective nature of knowledge networks in clusters: evidence from the wine industry

Tobacco Industry Knowledge of the Role of Menthol in Chemosensory Perception of Tobacco Smoke

 

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Organizations primarily associated with producing or using data, information, or knowledge, and/or with ways of processing, analysing, and presenting these: e.g. academic and educational organizations, research scientists, market-research companies, those involved in communication design or information technology, and, more generally, content-providers. Compare creative industries; cultural industries.

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