British Columbia’s Industrial Landscape: Technology & Innovation Outside the Metropolitan Areas

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Date created
1995
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Author: de Wit, R.
Abstract
This report presents new findings about the population, innovativeness and geographic distribution of science and technology-based businesses in British Columbia. Although the work is still preliminary in nature and continues to build on a long-term research program at Simon Fraser University, the findings contain some surprises. Clear evidence is accumulating which shows that technological innovation and its attendant research and development (R&D) are much more widespread than previous figures and public perceptions would indicate.
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CPROST Catalogue Number: 95-03
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