Learning for Innovation in the Global Knowledge Economy: A European and Southeast Asian Perspective (Revised ed.)
By: Dimitrios Konstadakopulos (author) Paperback
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This work aims to be a step forward in understanding the learning behaviour of clustered technology-intensive small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). Drawing upon qualitative and quantitative research methods, it shows how learning for innovation is stimulated or inhibited.
About Author Dimitrios Konstadakopulos is Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for European Studies in the University of the West of England, Bristol.
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