Index
3M-NatWest Innovation Trends Survey 14 - 15

a
agglomeration economies 56
Amsterdam 141 -2, 147 -8, 151 -2
agglomeration theory 2 , 11 - 44
airports 44
London 202 , 219 , 221 , 226 , 240
Paris 165
Stuttgart 59
world cities 194 -5
Amin, A. 39 - 40
Amsterdam 3 - 4 , 5 , 131 -52, 193 , 237 -8
Archipelago of Europe 55 , 157
Aydalot, P. 2

b
Basic Research for Industrial Technologies for Europe (BRITE) 5
Amsterdam 146
London 212 -14, 215 -17, 220 , 223
Milan 119 , 120 , 122
Paris 175 , 176 -8, 183 , 185
Stuttgart 74 -5
Becattini, G. 2 , 12 , 22 -3
Bermen, E. 38
Boschma, R.A. 35 , 38
bounded rationality 33 , 43
Braczyk, H.-J. 36 -7
BRITE see Basic Research for Industrial Technologies for Europe
Budil-Nadvornikova, H. 140

c
Californian School 12 , 26 -8
Capello, Roberta 97 - 126
centre-periphery relations 40
Chinitz, B. 35
CIS see Community Innovation Survey
Clark, J. 17
clients see customers and clients
clusters
London 208 -17, 223 -4
Milan 116 -24
Schumpeter I model 16 - 17
Stuttgart 67 -8, 71 -2, 89 - 91
Coase, R.H. 2 , 12 , 26
Cohen, Jeanine 157 -90
collaborators
Amsterdam 4 , 150
institutional analyses 26
London 4 , 208 , 214 -17, 224 , 225
Milan 116
Paris 178 , 180 -2, 185
Stuttgart 79 , 80 -1
see also cooperation
collective learning
innovative milieux 24
Milan 109 -10, 111
Stuttgart 90
Community Innovation Survey (CIS) 14, 203
competitors 13 - 14
Amsterdam 148 -50
London 210 , 214 -16, 218 , 225
Milan 113 -16, 118 , 120 , 121 , 122 -4
new trade theory 3
Paris 178 , 180 , 182
Stuttgart 82 , 83 -4
consumer demand see demand-pull theories
contacts
Amsterdam 149
knowledge 36
Milan 114 -16, 119
Cooke, P. 208 , 209
cooperation
Amsterdam 149 -50
Milan 119 -21, 122
Paris 172 -3
Stuttgart 79
see also collaborators
craft-based industry
flexible specialisation 21 -2
new industrial districts 23
Stuttgart 59
culture, embeddedness 25 -6
customers and clients
Amsterdam 142 , 145 -6, 147 -50
international 6 , 44
London 214 -17, 218 , 220 , 222
Milan 113 , 114 -16, 118 -24
Paris 178 -9, 180 , 185
project and series market 145 -6
Stuttgart 77 , 79 , 80 , 82 -3

d
Davelaar, E.J. 16 , 17 , 25
Decoster, Elisabeth 157 -90

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  • 1 - Innovation and Agglomeration Theory 11
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