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Storper and an evolutionary economic geography approach

Storper and an evolutionary economic geography approach. ‘it is not enough to simply summarize the evidence on regional high-technology growth in the 1990s, with standard indicators such as number and size of firms, employment, some remarks on products, etc. But that is not generally what is meant in the literature by evolutionary. This term comes specifically from evolutionary economics, and is inherently tied up with notions such as interdependence among actors, the way that such interdependencies and spillover effects create histories and render certain kinds of developments possible and impossible, and so on, all of which are generally summarized in the notion of path dependencies. To analyze such path dependencies (or evolutionary trajectories), then, there has to be careful attention to the factors that bind actions together and generate specific pathways in time and space. Its much more than just describing, however competently, the fact of how a given regional high tech economy grew in the 1990s.’ (Storper 2000).

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