The paper trail of knowledge transfers
Business Review, 2014, issue Q2, 1-6
Why do firms tend to locate near other firms? Economists suspect that geographic clustering spurs innovation by letting businesses tap a climate rich in informal transfers of knowledge. By tracing links between inventors filing for patents for the same inventions, Jeffrey Lin shares new evidence supporting the idea that proximity offers businesses tangible benefits.
Keywords: Knowledge transfer; Cities; Firms (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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