1982 volume 14(8) pages 1073 – 1086
doi:10.1068/a141073

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Oakey R P, Thwaites A T, Nash P A, 1982, "Technological change and regional development: some evidence on regional variations in product and process innovation" Environment and Planning A 14(8) 1073 – 1086

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Technological change and regional development: some evidence on regional variations in product and process innovation

R P Oakey, A T Thwaites, P A Nash

Received 15 May 1981, in revised form 7 August 1981

Abstract. A contribution is made to the study of the regional development impacts of technological change by presenting new data on regional differences in innovation levels. In particular the analysis shows clear differences in the levels of product and process innovation. These differences in product and process innovation levels are then related to possible future policies aimed at promoting technological change in development regions.

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