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Networks, collective learning and RTD in high-tech SME clusters - the example of Munich

Leitung:Prof. Dr. Rolf Sternberg
Bearbeitung:Prof. Dr. Rolf Sternberg, Dr. Christine Tamásy (Universität zu Köln)
Laufzeit:1996 - 1999
Förderung durch:Europäische Kommission (TSER - Projekt)

Empirisch-theoretische Analyse technologieintensiver KMU hinsichtlich ihrer Innovationsverflechtungen und Lernprozesse am Beispiel Münchens.

Publikationen:

  • Tamásy, C.; Sternberg, R. (2000): Regional Institutional and Policy Frameworks for High-Technology SMEs in Europe. In: Keeble, D.; Wilkinson, F. (Eds.): High-Technology Clusters, Networking and Collective Learning in Europe. Aldershot et al. (Ashgate), pp. 57-89.
  • Sternberg, R.; Tamásy, C. (1999): Munich as Germany's No. 1 High-Technology Region - Empirical Evidence, Theoretical Explanations and the Role of Small Firm/Large Firm Relationships. In: Regional Studies; vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 367-377.
  • Sternberg, R.; Tamásy, C. (1998): Informal Networking and Collective Learning by Innovative SMEs in Germany. In: Keeble, D.; Lawson, C. (Eds.): Collective Learning Processes and Knowledge Development in the Evolution of Regional Clusters of High-Technology SMEs in Europe. Cambridge (ESRC Center for Business Research, Cambridge), pp. 123-135.
  • Sternberg, R.; Tamásy, C. (1998): SMEs and Large Firms in Germany: How do they Differ in Terms of Innovative Linkages?. In: Keeble, D.; Lawson, C. (Eds.): Networks, Links and Large Firm Impacts on the Evolution of Regional Clusters of High-Technology SMEs in Europe. Cambridge, pp. 103-116. (ESRC Centre for Business Research, Cambridge).
  • Sternberg, R. (1997): Intra-regional vs Inter-regional Linkages between R&D Institutions and Innovative SMEs - Empirical Results from Recent Surveys in German Regions. In: Keeble, D.; Lawson, C. (Eds.): University Research Links and Spin-offs in the Evolution of Regional Clusters in Europe. Cambridge, pp. 102-124. (ESRC Centre for Business Research, Cambridge).
  • Sternberg, R. (1996): Regional Institutional an Policy Frameworks in the Munich Region. In: Keeble, D.; Lawson, C. (Eds.): Regional Institutional and Policy Frameworks for High-Technology SMEs in Europe. Cambridge, pp. 35-45. (ESRC Centre for Business Research, Cambridge).

Wissenschaftliche Vorträge:

  • Sternberg, R.: München: die deutsche High-Tech Region - Empirische Belege, theoretische Erklärungen und die Rolle der Siemens AG. Winterseminar der Gesellschaft für Regionalforschung. Neukirchen (Österreich) 20.-27.02.1999.
  • Sternberg, R.; Tamásy, C.: Regional Institutional and Policy Frameworks for High-Technology SMEs. Conference "Networks, Collective Learning and Knowledge Development in Regionally-Clustered High-Technology Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Europe". Cambridge (UK) 07.12.1998.
  • Sternberg, R.; Tamásy, C.: Informal Networking and Collective Learning by Innovative SMEs in Germany. Göteborg Meeting of the European Network on "Networks, Collective Learning and RTD in Regionally-Clustered High-Technology SMEs". Göteborg (Schweden) 17.-18.04.1998.
  • Sternberg, R.; Tamásy, C.: SMEs and Large Firms in Germany: How Do they Differ in Terms of Innovative Linkages? Barcelona Meeting of the European Network on "Networks, Collective Learning and RTD in Regionally-Clustered High-Technology SMEs". Barcelona (Spanien) 17.-19.10.1997.
  • Sternberg, R.: Regional Institutional and Policy Frameworks in the Munich Region. Sophia-Antipolis Meeting of the European Network on "Networks, Collective Learning and RTD in Regionally-Clustered High-Technology SMEs". Nizza (Frankreich) 27.-28.09.1996.
  • Sternberg, R.; Tamásy, C.: How to Become Germany's First High-Tech Region? Economic, Historical, and Political Reasons for the Genesis of Munichon Valley. "Territorial Clustering and Innovative Milieux for Technology-based Firms in Europe", Utrecht Meeting of the European Network on "Networks, Collective Learning and RTD in Regionally-Clustered High-Technology SMEs". Utrecht (Niederlande) 07.-08.03.1996.

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