Regional Readings?

Has anyone read Building High-Tech Clusters: Silicon Valley and Beyond, edited by Timothy Bresnahan and Alfonso Gambardella?I’ve talked here a bit about AnnaLee Saxenian’s Regional Advantage, which does a nice job of explaining the social, cultural, and economic origins of Silicon Valley and contrasting them with Route 128 as a way of explaining that region’s fall from its perch as the country’s most powerful technology cluster. I also have The Silicon Valley Edge: A Habitat for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, edited by Chong moon Lee et al. on my desk. Building High-Tech Clusters looks interesting, but it’s $85 and there are a lot of other books on my to-read list, so unless I hear that it’s a must-read, it will have to wait.

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