Economic development and skills policy: what can we learn from territorial innovation models and territorial knowledge dynamics? (LLAKES Research Paper 33)

Paper that explores territorial innovation models (TIMs) and territorial knowledge dynamics (TKDs) as ideal-typical ways of thinking about economic development, innovation and learning.

Using the UK as a case study, it explores their implications for the future direction of national (and European) education and skills policies in the context of the so-called knowledge-based economy (KBE).

Author: 
Laura James
Publisher: 
LLAKES
Published: 
2011
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