Regionalising the knowledge economy: what's the point?

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Sokol, M. and Tomaney, J. 2001. Regionalising the knowledge economy: what's the point? in: Maconochie, A. and Hardy, S. (ed.) Regionalising the Knowledge Economy: Conference Proceedings of the Regional Studies Association Annual Conference November 2001 Seaford, UK Regional Studies Association. pp. 108-110
AuthorsSokol, M. and Tomaney, J.
EditorsMaconochie, A. and Hardy, S.
Page range108-110
Year2001
Book titleRegionalising the Knowledge Economy: Conference Proceedings of the Regional Studies Association Annual Conference November 2001
PublisherRegional Studies Association
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationSeaford, UK
ISBN9781897721186
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