400 Tech Parks Help Firms Act Globally
Phillips, Rhonda, Research-Technology Management
Many regions of the world, including the less developed, are emerging as magnets for attracting technology-intensive companies. In many respects, this phenomenon is due to the development of technology parks (sometimes referred to as science or innovation parks).
Briefly defined, technology parks are premium real estate development projects typically sponsored by government, academia, and/or the private sector, and offering an array of activities to support technology transfer and development. The majority provide advanced telecommunications infrastructure.
Technology parks serve a vital role for both host and foreign companies. More countries are developing parks in …
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Publication information: Article title: 400 Tech Parks Help Firms Act Globally. Contributors: Phillips, Rhonda - Author. Journal title: Research-Technology Management. Volume: 45. Issue: 3 Publication date: May/June 2002. Page number: 5+. © 2009 Industrial Research Institute Inc. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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