Globalisation of Knowledge Production and Regional Innovation Policy: Supporting Specialized Hubs in the Bangalore Software Industry

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Chaminade, Cristina; Vang, Jan;
  • Subject: Regional innovation systems; Evolution; Globalization of innovation; Software industry; Bangalore
    • jel: jel:O38

This paper is concerned with the changing role of regional innovation systems and regional policies in supporting the transition of indigenous firms in developing countries from competing on low costs towards becoming knowledge providers in global value chains. Special ... View more
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