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Innovation challenges and strategies in catch-up regions

Developmental Growth and disparities in Georgia, USA
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Part of the Economics of Science, Technology and Innovation book series (ESTI, volume 30)

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Capita Income Venture Capital Regional Economic Development Georgia Tech Manufacture Extension 
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