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  • Economic cooperation ; Europe ; European Union ; High technology ; Measurement ; Proximity ; Technology
  • While organizational proximity influences the output of collaborations only indirectly, geographical and technological proximity do so directly. Geographical proximity is most significant in statistical terms and technological proximity has
  • the highest magnitude of effect. Consequently, the latter lends itself most for management and policy interventions, by providing information on technological specialization of potential partners.
  • 2012
  • Hierarchy and concentration in the American urban system of technological advance
  • Agglomeration ; Innovation ; Knowledge economy ; Patent ; Rank-size distribution ; Spatial concentration ; Technological innovation ; United States of America ; Urban hierarchy
  • of disaggregate patenting in the entire metropolitan system. Technologies are cross-classified, which reveals aspect of variety in locational patterns and offers clues into systems of knowledge exchange in urban-based technological advance.
  • 2012
  • Technology, technicity, and emerging practices of temporal sensitivity in videogames
  • Knowledge ; Perception ; Phenomenology ; Space time ; Technology
  • , lesquels développent des connaissances et des capacités nouvelles. Il conclut que les joueurs, au travers des technologies mises en œuvre, acquièrent de nouvelles perceptions du temps et de l’espace.
  • 2012
  • Regional innovation systems, high-technology development, and governance in the periphery : the case of Northern Finland
  • Finland ; Innovation ; Network ; Peripheral region ; Regional system ; Research and development ; Technology
  • promotion de l'emploi local et les politiques de compétitivité en faveur des technologies de pointe.
  • 2012
  • Attitude ; Cartographic display ; Perception ; Route ; Society ; Spatial behaviour ; Students ; Technology ; Technology of navigation ; United Kingdom
  • The paper is an initial investigation of people's attitudes towards and experiences of Satellite Navigation. Based on a survey of undergraduate geography students, navigational capacities and technological aspects of Sat Nav are regarded positively
  • , whereas negative attitudes are associated with technological, safety and financial attributes of Sat Nav use.
  • 2012
  • Do firms benefit from being present in multiple technology clusters ? an assessment of the technological performance of biopharmaceutical firms
  • Comparative study ; Europe ; Firm ; Firm strategy ; Industrial cluster ; Japan ; Regional analysis ; Research and development ; Technology ; United States of America
  • 2012
  • Années 2006-2012 ; Aérosol ; Bibliographie ; Changement climatique ; Climatologie appliquée ; Modification du temps ; Réchauffement climatique ; Stratosphère ; Technologie
  • Aerosol ; Applied climatology ; Bibliography ; Climatic change ; Climatic warming ; Stratosphere ; Technology ; Weather control
  • of this technology by exploring a number of different dimensions of the proposal : its history and philosophical and ethical implications; how it is framed in public discourse and perceived by citizens; its economic, political and governance characteristics; and how
  • the proposed technology is being researched through numerical modelling and field experimentation. Unlike many other geoengineering interventions, stratospheric aerosol injection has no additional societal co-benefits : its aim would be to offset planetary
  • 2012
  • Ageing at home with the help of information and communication technologies
  • that the elderly should be able to remain in their home environment as long as possible. This article is based on the assumption that the concept of ageing at home can be implemented with the help of information and communication technologies. - (IKR)
  • 2012
  • Inventive megaregions of the United States : technological composition and location
  • Creativeness ; Location ; Methodology ; Patent ; Regionalization ; Spatial dependence ; Technology ; United States of America
  • 2012
  • Adaptation ; Climatic change ; Cognitive process ; Delta ; Human impact ; Hydraulic works ; Land use ; Netherlands (The) ; Rhine ; Society-environment relationship ; Technology
  • This paper uses a case study on the evolution of the Rhine river delta to illustrate the coevolution of the environment, the technology used to exploit it, and the institutions governing it. Three strands are interwoven : (1) Achieving equilibrium
  • between collective and individual action that accompanies these changes, individuals beget institutions and institutions beget individuals; (3) New technologies are invented, helping overcome challenges posed by the natural environment. Their unexpected
  • consequences undermine the solutions found, leading to new technologies, etc. The ultimate cause is the interaction between human cognition and action.
  • 2012
  • Intra-metropolitan competition for attracting high-technology firms
  • Attractiveness ; Firm ; Growth pole ; High technology ; Industrial park ; Infrastructure ; Israel ; Labour market ; Location choice ; Social capital ; Tel Aviv ; Urban economy
  • 2012
  • [b1] Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
  • Ecological restoration ; Political ecology ; Stream ; Technology
  • 1990 par un certain nombre d'institutions locales. L'A. montre que la trame analytique de Bourdieu peut relier l'écologie politique et les études en sciences et technologies.
  • 2012
  • Concept ; Economic development ; Industry ; Innovation ; Path dependence ; Regional economy ; Sustainable development ; Technology
  • 2012
  • [b1] Cirus (Environmental Innovation Studies), Eawag (Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology), Dübendorf, Suisse
  • Critical geography ; Geopolitics ; Governance ; Organization ; Political geography ; Social practice ; Technology
  • production de la géopolitique, la gouvernance à distance et les technologies permettant leur émergence et leur consolidation. Il conclut qu’il est important de prendre en compte les relations entre ce qui relève de l’humain ce qui ne l’est pas, ce qui, au
  • 2012
  • The technology of religion : mapping religious cyberscapes
  • 2012
  • Communication ; Cyborg ; Internet ; Rural development ; Rural economy ; Rural population ; Rural society ; Spain ; Technology
  • L’A. propose une réflexion théorique sur les relations entre le développement rural espagnol et l’usage des nouvelles technologies. Après en avoir présenté une approche traditionnelle, il étudie l’évolution de la société rurale, celle d’un monde
  • 2012
  • Technological interdependence and regional growth in Europe : proximity and synergy in knowledge spillovers
  • 2012
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Embodiment ; Enquiry ; Epistemology ; Form of transport ; Human ecology ; Mobility ; Technology ; Urban transport ; Vancouver
  • sensuelles avec l'environnement. Les technologies propres au transport jouent leur rôle. Enquête effectuée à Vancouver.
  • 2012
  • Unintended effects of technology on climate change adaptation : an historical analysis of water conflicts below Andean Glaciers
  • Adaptation ; Andes ; Climatic change ; Conflict ; Mountain ; Natural hazards ; Peru ; Power ; Reservoir ; Technological innovation ; Water management
  • 2012
  • Managing trade-offs in ‘ecotopia’ : becoming green at the Centre for Alternative Technology
  • Les AA. analysent le comportement des individus vivant au « Centre for Alternative Technology » au Pays de Galles en matière d’écologie et de gestion des compromis. Ils mettent en avant deux stratégies ; l’une basée sur la séparation des vies
  • 2012