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Table Of Contents
Contents List of Figures and Tables Foreword Chapter 1 Introduction to the Empirical and Institutional Dimensions of Smart Specialisation Chapter 2 The Intellectual and Practical Bases of the Application of RIS3 within EU Cohesion Policy Chapter 3 Regional Diversification and Smart Specialization Policy Chapter 4 Local Industry Structure as a Resource-Base for Entrepreneurship: Implications for Smart Specialization Strategies Chapter 5 Regional Innovation and the Network Structure of University-Industry Links Chapter 6 Good Growth, Bad Growth: A Wake-up Call of Smart Specialisation Chapter 7 New Measures of Regional Competitiveness in a Globalizing World Chapter 8 The Co-Evolution of Regional Innovation Domains and Institutional Arrangements: Smart Specialisation Through Quadruple Helix Relations? Chapter 9 Smart Specialisation and Local Economic Development in Eastern Europe Chapter 10 From Plan to Process: Exploring the Human Element in Smart Specialisation Governance Chapter 11 Entrepreneurship, Networks and Recombinant Open Innovation: Lessons for Regional Policy Index
Philip McCann holds the University of Groningen Endowed Chair of Economic Geography at the University of Groningen and is also the Tagliaferri Research Fellow in the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. Frank van Oort is Professor of Urban and Regional Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam and at Utrecht University. He is also the Academic Director of the Institute of Housing and Urban Development Studies at Erasmus University Rotterdam. John Goddard is Emeritus Professor in the Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies (CURDS) at Newcastle University. He is a co-author of the European Commission Guide to RIS3 Smart Specialisation and a member of the advisory group to the Smart Specialisation Platform at the European Joint Research Centre.