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  • Toward the Geography of Business Incubator Formation in the United States

    The geography of business incubators has seldom been examined against the public aspirations and beliefs that incubators should either inhabit economically distressed areas to alleviate unemployment and poverty (in the case of empowerment business incubators) or proliferate in technologically capable regions to adequately unleash and exploit local high-technology potentials (in the case of technology business incubators). In this paper, the geographic distribution of 719 U.S. business incubat...

    Trends in ICT Development

    The paper highlights the tendencies of information and communication technologies in Russia based on the data of information society statistics. The authors analyze the factors of development of information and communication technologies, expenses placed upon them and the efficiency of their usage. Along with some positive tendencies such as appearance of new forms of service and organizational innovations in production, the paper also covers the problems of applying these technologies into p...

    AGRICULTURAL POLICY: It Is Not Necessarily The Best of All Possible Worlds

    The conventional view that economists play an important role in the public policy process is contrasted with "Chicago political economy." This strand of the Chicago School of Economics argues that government programs that survive in the political process are superior to available alternatives. In contrast, it is shown here that a farm program may persist not because it is broadly beneficial but rather because information and incentive problems in the political process lead to perverse results...

    Public support to clusters. A firm level study of french 'local productive systems'

    This paper analyzes empirically a public policy promoting industrial clusters in France. Cluster policies have become popular in many countries but have not been extensively evaluated. We propose in this paper the first quantitative evaluation of a cluster policy exploiting firm-level data. We use data on production and employment for firms that benefited from the policy and on firms that did not, both before and after the policy started. We first show that the policy selected firms in sector...
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