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Innovation Networks for Regional Development : Concepts, Case Studies, and Agent-Based Models

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Innovation Networks for Regional Development : Concepts, Case Studies, and Agent-Based Models
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Innovation Networks for Regional Development
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Concepts, Case Studies, and Agent-Based Models
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Innovation Networks for Regional Development : Concepts, Case Studies, and Agent-Based Models
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  • Contents -- Innovation Networks for Regional Development. Overview and Contributions -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Knowledge-Based Perspective on Collaboration -- 3 Geographical Dimension of Innovation Network Dynamics -- 4 Relationship of Network and Regional Competitiveness -- 5 Policy Implications -- 6 Agent-Based Simulation of Regional Innovation Networks -- References -- Part I: Conceptual Approaches and Case Studies -- The Evolution of Aerospace RandD Collaboration Networks on the European, National and Regional Levels -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Data and Industry Background -- 2.1 Historical Background of the Aerospace Industry and Technology Development -- 2.2 Data Sources: CORDIS and Förderkatalog -- 3 The European Aerospace Invention Community -- 3.1 Thematic Developments and Knowledge Bases Within EU FP-Projects -- 3.2 The Composition of the European Aerospace RandD Collaboration Network -- 3.3 The Spatial Distribution Within the European Aerospace RandD Collaboration Network -- 3.4 The Special Role of SME and One-Time Participants -- 4 Differences on the National Level: The German Aerospace Invention Community -- 4.1 Thematic Developments and Knowledge Bases -- 4.2 Actors Landscape, Community Composition and the Connection to the EU-Level -- 5 The Regional Level: Stuttgart Area -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- The Knowledge-Base of the Stuttgart Automobile Industry and Its Outreach -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Automotive Industry in the Region of Stuttgart -- 2.1 Description of e-Mobility and Fuel Cell Technologies -- 2.2 Hydrogen Vehicles and Fuel Cell Technologies -- 3 Methodology -- 3.1 Introduction to Patents -- 3.2 The Use of Patent Data for Research -- 3.3 Patent Citations as a Proxy for Knowledge Flows and Economic Value of Inventions -- 4 Data Description and Collection -- 4.1 Description of the Data Source
  • 4.2 Collection and Processing of the Data -- 5 Results -- 5.1 Geographical Localization of Spillovers -- 5.2 The Most Important Firms of the Region -- 6 Discussion -- References -- The Local Perspective on Energy Transition and Innovation -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Local Transition and Theories of Innovation Processes -- 2.1 Regional Innovation Systemś Approach -- 2.2 Social and Economic Change in the Periphery: The Sustainable Communities Approach -- 2.3 Policy Intervention and Steering: The Local Governance Approach -- 3 How to Proceed: Three Key Questions for Future Transition and Innovation Research on the Local Level -- 3.1 Why Considering the Local Level At All? -- 3.2 Three Key Questions -- 4 Presenting the Case: The Local Energy Transition -- 4.1 Fit with Local Context Factors -- 4.2 Potential of Local Mobilization -- 4.3 Ability to Build Long-Term Capacities -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- A Process Model of Invention and the Role of Government, Institutions, and Geography. Anecdotal Evidence from the Aerospace In... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Conceptual Framework -- 2.1 Process Model of Invention -- 2.2 Regional and Technology Innovation Systems, Institutions, Geography -- 2.3 Government Intervention -- 2.3.1 Government Intervention in Case of (Financial) Market Failure -- 2.3.2 Government as Orchestrator -- 3 Case 1: Heavier-than-Air Flight -- 3.1 Functionality, Configuration and Design Principle -- 3.2 Focused Modular Experimentation -- 3.2.1 Lift and Wing Design -- 3.2.2 Thrust -- 3.2.3 Stability and Control -- 3.2.4 Structure and Configuration -- 3.3 Communication and Knowledge Flows -- 3.4 Institutionalization -- 3.5 Government Involvement -- 3.6 Geography of Inventive Activity -- 4 Case 2: Jet Engine Technology -- 4.1 Technological Roots, Invention Streams and Obstacles -- 4.2 Conferences, Knowledge Flows and the Role of Location
  • 4.3 Governmental Intervention and Geographical Impacts -- 4.3.1 The Case of the UK -- 4.3.2 The German Success by State-Aids and Geographical Closeness -- 4.3.3 The Change in Attitude in the U.S.A. -- 4.4 Technological Breakthrough as a Consequence of Governmental Intervention -- 5 Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- A Descriptive Statistics Exploration of Spatio-temporal Patterns in Inventive Activities in the Pharmaceutical Industry -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Theory -- 3 Methodology -- 4 Empirical Study -- 5 Discussion and Conclusions -- References -- Part II: Methodological Advances and Agent-Based Models -- Knowledge Creation and Research Policy in Science-Based Industries: An Empirical Agent-Based Model -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Knowledge Creation in Biotechnology-Related Industries -- 3 The Conceptual Model -- 3.1 Agents, Attributes and Strategies -- 3.1.1 Knowledge Endowment -- 3.1.2 Strategies -- 3.1.3 Organizational Figures -- 3.2 Research Processes and System Output -- 4 Introducing Empirical Data to the Model -- 4.1 Initialization of the Agent Population -- 4.2 Calibration of the Research Processes -- 4.3 Evaluation of the Agentś Research Results -- 5 Model Examination and Application -- 5.1 Robustness Tests -- 5.2 Policy Scenarios -- 5.2.1 Policies Focusing on Inter-organizational Collaboration -- 5.2.2 Policies Focusing on Risk-Taking Propensity -- 6 Concluding Remarks -- Appendix -- References -- Regional Innovation Systems: An Agent-Based Laboratory for Policy Advice -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Theoretical Background -- 3 A Conceptual Framework for a Complex Adaptive Regional Innovation System -- 4 The Agent-Based Model -- 4.1 The First Agent: The Competitive Environment CE -- 4.2 The Second Agent: The Competent Actor CA -- 5 Internal Coherence Verification -- 5.1 Parameters Setting -- 5.2 The Experiments -- 5.3 Results of Simulations
  • 6 The Set-Up of the Calibration Activities -- 7 Conclusion and Future Developments -- References -- Using Participatory Modeling to Enable Local Innovation Through Complexity Governance -- 1 Opening Governance Toward Complexity Governance -- 2 The Arizona Heat Relief Network Case -- 3 Complexity Governance: Enabling Local Decision-Making and Innovation -- 4 The Heat Relief Network Participatory Modeling Intervention -- 5 Further Discussion -- References -- Regional Specialization and Knowledge Output: An Agent-Based Simulation of the Vienna Life Sciences -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Agent-Based Model -- 3 Evaluation of Regional Specialization Effects -- 3.1 Specialization Concepts -- 3.2 Simulating Specialization Scenarios -- 4 Concluding Remarks -- Appendix -- References -- Competition in the German Market for Retail Electricity: An Agent-Based Simulation -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Background -- 2.1 Electricity Market Developments in Germany -- 2.2 Insights from Micro-level Data -- 3 Model -- 3.1 Agent Behavior -- 3.2 Generation Capacity and Sales Strategy -- 4 Results -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Supraregional Relationships and Technology Development. A Spatial Agent-Based Model Study -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Theory -- 2.1 Technology Development Models -- 2.2 Hypotheses on Supraregional Relationships and Technological Progress -- 3 Technology Development Model -- 4 Spatial Agent-Based Model -- 4.1 Search Heuristics -- 4.2 Cellular World of Regions -- 5 Simulation Results -- 5.1 Emergence of a Core-Periphery Structure of Regions -- 5.2 Leveling Off of Technological Progress -- 5.3 Effect of Knowledge Codification -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Innovation Networks to Cope with the Geographical Distribution of Technological Knowledge. An Empirically Calibrated Spatial A... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Technological Knowledge Discovery Model
  • 3 Spatial Agent-Based Model -- 3.1 Networks -- 3.2 Search Heuristics -- 4 Simulation Results -- 5 Conclusions -- References
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