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by Daniel Rouach,Jeff Saperstein

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Author:
Daniel Rouach,Jeff Saperstein
ISBN13:
978-0130654151
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0130654159
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FT Press; 1 edition (June 30, 2002)
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JEFF SAPERSTEIN is a consultant, marketing instructor, and writer who maintains extensive contacts with Silicon Valley . He consults in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors.

He consults in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors. Saperstein has written marketing columns for the San Francisco Business Times and the San Jose Business Journal and conducted marketing workshops throughout the US for AdWeek, a leading advertising industry publication.

Praise for Creating Regional Wealth. Financial Times Prentice Hall Books. Authors: Jeff Saperstein, Daniel Rouach. FINANCIAL TIMES Prentice Hall. Special Perspectives: Governments Can Help Make Regional Wealth in the Innovation Economy: A Dialogue Between Kailash Joshi and Davidi Gilo. Government Policy Must Be a Part of Creating Regional Competitiveness. How TIE Can Work Best to Be a Change Agent for Indian Covernment Policies.

By Jeff Saperstein, Daniel Rouach. Published Jun 20, 2002 by FT Press. Sorry, this book is no longer in print. Departing from the hundreds of recent business books documenting the successes of the California region Silicon Valley, Creating Regional Wealth in the Innovation Economy examines and illustrates successful principles and examples from several world-class regions. You get the benefit of in-depth perspectives of people who are leading the way in government, business, universities, and NGOs (non-government organizations).

oceedings{ngRW, title {Creating Regional Wealth in the Innovation . Jeff Saperstein, Daniel Rouach. 1. The Innovation Economy. I. silicon valley: the magnetic force.

oceedings{ngRW, title {Creating Regional Wealth in the Innovation Economy: Models, Perspectives, and Best Practices}, author {Jeff Saperstein and Daniel Rouach}, year {2002} }. 2. Global Entrepreneurs and Marketing of Multinational Companies. 4. Local Government Working in Partnership with Business. II. Ireland: the enterprise isle.

Models, Perspectives, And Best Practices - Jeff Saperstein. Models, Perspectives, and Best Practices Pages: 00384 (Encrypted PDF).

Creating Regional Wealth In The Innovation Economy: Models, Perspectives, And Best Practices - Jeff Saperstein.

Perhaps the promise of Creating Regional Wealth in the Innovation Economy will provide another way for the benefit of all. Wadi Valley ? There are presently in Israel: § about 1, 000 mature technology companies § 2, 000 startups § 320 startups in which venture and private funds have invested ? Immigration of a highly skilled workforce from the former USSR : 55% have more than 13 years of education ? Conversion of military technology into commercial successes.

Special Perspectives - Governments Can Help Make Regional Wealth in the Innovation Economy: A. .Special Perspectives - Human Resources Management in the Innovation Economy: Self-Managed Living Systems.

Special Perspectives - Governments Can Help Make Regional Wealth in the Innovation Economy: A Dialogue Between Kailash Joshi and Davidi Gilo.

Creating Regional Wealth in the Innovation Economy: Models, Perspectives, and Best Practices.

Drawing on extensive new research through dozens of interviews with entrepreneurial champions in diverse sectors, Creating Regional Wealth in the Global Innovation Economy pinpoints the key reasons why some locations succeed in the quest to become centers of technology and innovation - and sustain their competitive advantages over time - while others fail. It answers the central questions about the world's entrepreneurial hotspots: What makes these locations special? How can local business and government organizations most effectively promote local entrepreneurship? And what can budding centers of entrepreneurship do in order to enter the game?

  • For people who want to get an overview of global clusters, what they are, what they can do to a nation's innovation system and its economy, what they have in common and how they differ in these global regions.
    It is easy reading and gives a good global perspective. It highlights the local traits and permits comparisons with other geographical clusters, although it does not go as indepth one may hope for further academic research. Given the interview based research style, however, it keeps it lively and is not as "dry" as many other academics books.
    The book makes clear that Silicon Valley and Boston's Route 128 are no longer the only innovation clusters.
    Dr. Martin Haemmig / Switzerland
    Adj. Professor for Venture Capital & Entrepreneurship
    in Europe and USA

  • This book is a fascinating read and, I beleive, essential for anyone in business whether they're local, regional or international. Its insights and up-to-date examples will help me provide my clients with the tools they need, as to training, network dynamics and quality of life considerations, to better compete in the information economy.
    Ron Berman, President
    Ron Berman Marketing and Advertising Services

  • I was looking for Start-Up Incubation Israeli Model that was covered partially (I knew that)
    but expecting for more!

  • When I first bought this book, I could not wait to read it. Unfortunately the book is more hype than anything else. At times I felt like I should spend a day in the library reading articles on microfiche and saved the money I spent.
    It is sad since I have heard the authors in Paris many, many times and now I feel like I was cheated. It is a shame.

  • I found this to be an important work given our increasingly global business environment. The international collaboration of the authors, coupled with the book's focus, provide an important basis upon which we can begin to understand how the international business environment operates today.

  • I've always been fascinated by THE Silicon Valley, CA and interested in understanding the factors that continue to shape it.
    This book brings to light the "other" Silicon Valleys around the world and what shaped them. Several chapters are written by country experts who understand their regions very well.
    I thoroughly ENJOYED reading this book and have recommended it to others.

  • This book may have been useful back when the sock pocket was a big celebrity. In today's marketplace, this book just doesn't add any significant value. I have respect for the authors since I have heard them speak in San Francisco. It's too bad the hype doesn't live up to my expectations. The Internet Economy of the late 90s deserves better.