This chapter discusses regional innovation strategies and the multi-level governance of science, technology and innovation. It is part of a collection which contributes to the theory and practice of technological entrepreneurship in the context of socio-technical networks architecture design, form and function and from diverse theoretical perspectives, including, regional development economics and sociology of innovation, as well as regional science, and, technology and knowledge management.
|Title of host publication||Innovation networks and knowledge clusters|
|Subtitle of host publication||findings and insights from the US, EU and Japan|
|Editors||Elias Caryannis, Dimitri Assimikopoulos, Masayuki Kondo|
|Place of Publication||Basingstoke|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
- multi-level governance
- innovation strategies
- regional science
Charles, D. (2008). From regional innovation strategies to the multi-level governance of science, technology and innovation: the case of the North East of England. In E. Caryannis, D. Assimikopoulos, & M. Kondo (Eds.), Innovation networks and knowledge clusters: findings and insights from the US, EU and Japan (pp. 150-169).