Political Latitude and Institutional Change: Scale and Efficiency of Regional Technology-Based Economic Development Investments

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Title: Political Latitude and Institutional Change: Scale and Efficiency of Regional Technology-Based Economic Development Investments
Author: Hamilton, Matt
Abstract: This paper using longitudinal data to directly assesses the role of political parties and power within the regional government on the scale and efficiency of investments into technology based economic development. Goals are to examine how particular political conditions can positively or negatively impact the investments made to adjust the institutions for innovation.
Description: Atlanta Conference on Science and Innovation Policy 2009 This presentation was part of the session : Policy Actors and Relationships
Type: Proceedings
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/32294
Date: 2009-10-03
Contributor: Carnegie-Mellon University
Wellspring Worldwide
Relation: ACSIP09. Policy Actors and Relationships
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Politics
Technology based economic development
Entrepreneurship
Innovation policy

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