Knowledge Intensive Business Services in Regional Systems of Innovation – the Case of Southeast-Finland

Thorsten Böhn, Walter Thomi

Abstract


Research on innovation has shifted its focus from the Schumpeterian type of entrepreneurial innovations towards a new understanding of innovation as a result of interactive processes between different actors embedded in a specific social, political, and economic environment. Consequently, innovation has not only become a more important topic in the context of the market and the firm, but also in the context of regional growth and development.

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