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June 11, 2003

  • Peter DOERINGER and Christine EVANS-KLOCK and David Terkla: : Management Cultures, Labor and Location: The Case of High Performance Factories in the United States [Lead Paper]

  • Jane MARCEAU : Making the Most of Expertise: Knowledge Assets in New South Wales.

  • Lars HÅKANSON : Epistemic Communities and Cluster Dynamics: On the Role of Knowledge in Industrial Districts.

Discussant 1 Michael STORPER Discussant 2: Kirsten FOSS

Parallel Session 3-6: Science-based innovation Chair: Keld LAURSEN

  • Linus DAHLANDER and Maureen McKELVEY: Revisting Frequency and Spatial Distribution: Innovation Collaboration for Biotech Firms. [Lead Paper]

  • Finn VALENTIN and Rasmus LUND-JENSEN: Science-driven discontinuities and the organisation of distributed innovations: The case of biotechnology in food processing technologies

  • Joaquín M. AZAGRA-CARO and Nicolas CARAYOL and Patrick LLERENA : Contractual funding and university patents: from analysis to a case study.

Discussant 1: Maryann FELDMANN Discussant 2: Philip COOKE

Chair: Saba KHALID

  • Fiorenza BELUSSI: The Changing Governance of Ids: The Entry of Multinationals in

Local Nets. The case of Montebelluna

  • Alexander COLE : On Tacit Knowledge, Industrial Districts and the Social Embeddedness of Creativity, or why scholars have known more than they could about tacit knowledge and regional competitive advantage

  • Harald BATHELT : In Good Faith? `The 'distanced neighbor' paradox: 'overembedded' and 'under-socialized' economic relations in Leipzig's media industry.

Discussant 1: Ash AMIN Discussant 2: Emilie-Pauline GALLIÉ

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18:15-19:45 PLENARY SESSION 4: LOCAL-GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE INTERACTION Chair: Peter Maskell - Room: Auditorium

  • Janet BERCOVITZ and Maryann FELDMANN: Technology Transfer and the Academic Department: Who participates and why?.

  • Meric S. GERTLER and Yael LEVITTE : Local Nodes in Global Networks: The Geography of Knowledge Flows in Biotechnology Innovation

  • John CANTWELL and Ram MUDAMBI : On the nature of knowledge creation in MNE subsidiaries: An empirical analysis using patent data.

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