This paper is part of a larger research project, which has two primary goals: (1) To develop analytic tools for examining Regional Systems of Innovation for policy makers, and (2) To identify and design new indicators of innovation and knowledge-creation in this context. It draws on the results of research conducted in a non-metropolitan region of British Columbia, in this case the Okanagan region of south-central B.C.
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