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Table of Contents
Preface, Bert Van Der Knapp, Egbert Wever; Chapter 1 Technology and Industrial Change: An Overview, G.A.van der Knaap Dr., Professor, G.J.R. Linge Dr., Professorial Fellow, E. Wever Dr., Professor; Chapter 2 The Innovation Factor in the Process of Microeconomic Industrial Change: Conceptual Explorations, M.D. Thomas Dr., Professor; Chapter 3 Research, Development and Innovation in the Segmented Economy: Spatial Implications, C.S. Morphet Dr., Senior Lecturer in Geography; Chapter 4 Strategy Formulation, Organisational Learning, and Location, J.W. Harrington Jr.; Chapter 5 Enterprise and the Product-Cycle Model: Conceptual Ambiguities, M. Taylor Dr., Senior Research Fellow; Chapter 6 Technological Change and Space Demand in Industrial Plants, R. Grotz Dr., Professor; Chapter 7 Technology and Industrial Change: The Role of The European Community Regional Development Policy, P.S.R.F. Mathijsen Prof., Director General for Regional Policy; Chapter 8 Technology Parks and Interregional Competition in the Federal Republic of Germany, Eike W. Schamp; Chapter 9 Philips in the World A View of a Multinational on Resource Allocation, J. Muntendam Dr.; Chapter 10 Innovation Decision-Making in Small and Medium-Sized Firms a Behavioural Approach concerning Firms in the Dutch Urban System, J.A.A.M. Kok Drs., P.H. Pellenbarg Dr.; Chapter 11 Chapter Eleven the Spatial Pattern of High-Growth Activities in the Netherlands, E. Wever Dr., Professor;
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