Characteristics of Innovation in a Non-Metropolitan Area: The Okanagan Valley of British Columbia

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Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
1999
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CPROST Catalogue Number: 99-01
Keywords: 
Innovation
Science and technology policy
Industrial clusters
Research and development
British Columbia
Okanagan
Agrifood
Forestry
Abstract: 

This paper addresses the characteristics of innovation in industrial clusters in a Non-Metropolitan area of British Columbia. The Okanagan houses strong high technology, agrifood, forest products, and construction sectors. These sectors were surveyed for common characteristics indicative of a strong industrial cluster.

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English
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