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What kind of individual education for which type of regional innovative competence? An exploration of data on French industries

Caroline Hussler and Patrick Ronde

Regional Studies, 2005, vol. 39, issue 7, 873-889

Abstract: Hussler C. and Ronde P. (2005) What kind of individual education for which type of regional innovative competence? An exploration of data on French industries, Regional Studies 39 , 873-889. This paper tests the link between the educational structure and the industrial innovative potential of French regions. Its specificity lies, first, in using firms' competences to innovate to depict (qualitatively) the innovative potential of regions; and, second, in analysing the respective influences of several types of training and knowledge bases. Regions with efficient universities host technologically complex industries with numerous innovative competences. Besides, the influence of other levels and types of education varies with the kind of industry and the type of competence at stake. Thus, regions have to run specific educational policies if they want to attract innovative partners.

Keywords: Education; Training; Competences for innovation; Regions; Education; Formation; Competences pour innover; Regions; Bildung; Ausbildung; Kompetenzen fur Innovation; Regionen; Educacion; Formacion; Competencias para la innovacion; Regiones; JEL classifications: H52; J24; O31; R12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2005
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