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Growth in manufacturing productivity and output in the nineteenth century US economy was achieved in part through the development of the ‘American system of manufactures’ for the production of light machines and other mechanical devices. Therefore, innovations in this sector did not rely heavily on scientific research. (David, 1975; Rosenberg, 1972). A. 7 per 10 000 firms US technology infrastructure and regional innovation poles 25 of knowledge (importing machinery, blueprints, and skilled tinkerers from around the world) all supported these developments.
They are also recognized by a quality of life which makes them attractive to highly skilled professionals (for a more detailed analysis see Doutriaux, 1998). In explaining innovations, industry comes first, and the region second. An alternative proposition is the one that focuses ‘on innovation and the knowledge infrastructure and not on specific industries, a technology, or institutional reform’ (Leydesdorff and Etzkowitz, 1998, p. 201). Association of University Research Parks (AURP), Reston, VA.
They may be ‘mixed use’ in an urban, suburban or rural setting with no specific sectoral orientation (47 per cent of North American incubators according to NBIA), focused on technology start-ups and growing firms (37 per cent) and, in that case, often located in a research park, on a university campus or next to a large research laboratory, or they may be more specialized. Technology incubators, generally sponsored by universities, governments, economic development agencies are more likely to be subsidized.