This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 43 references in this bibliography folder.

Bakouros, Y, Mardas, D, and Varsakelis, N (February 2002).
Science park, a high tech fantasy?: an analysis of the science parks of Greece
Technovation, 22:123-128(6).

Lynskey, M (2009).
Knowledge Spillovers from Public Research Institutions to the Private Sector: Evidence from Japanese New Technology-Based Firms
International Journal of Technology Transfer and Commercialisation, 8(2):159-184.

Otsuka, K and Sonobe, T (2008).
Geography of Cluster-Based Industrial Development
In: Reshaping Economic Geography in East Asia, ed. by Yukon Huan and Alessandoro Magnoli Bocchi, World Bank, Washington DC.

Hu, A (2007).
Technology parks and regional economic growth in China
Research Policy, 36(1):76-87.

Ran, J, Voon, JP, and Li, G (2007).
How does FDI affect China? Evidence from industries and provinces
Journal of Comparative Economics, 35(4):774-799.

Todo, Y and Miyamoto, K (2006).
Knowledge Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment and the Role of Local R&D Activities: Evidence from Indonesia
Economic Development and Cultural Change, 55(1):173-200.

Todo, Y, Zhang, W, and Zhou, L (2006).
Knowledge Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from a Chinese Science Park
, SSRN Working Paper.

Bhide, S and Kalirajan, KP (2004).
Impact of Trade Liberalisation on Employment in Indian Manufacturing: Evidence from the Organised Sector
Journal of Social and Economic Development, 6(1):1-19.

Cao, C (2004).
Zhongguancun and China's High-Tech Parks in Transition: “Growing Pains” or “Premature Senility”?
Asian Survey, 44(5):pp. 647-668.

Macdonald, S and Deng, Y (2004).
Science Parks in China: a Cautionary Exploration
International Journal of Technology Intelligence and Planning, 1(1):1-14.

Henderson, J (2003).
Marshall's scale economies
Journal of Urban Economics, 53(1):1-28.

Keller, W and Yeaple, S (2003).
Multinational Enterprises, International Trade, and Productivity Growth: Firm-Level Evidence from the United States
National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, NBER Working Papers(9504).

Link, A and Scott, J (2003).
U.S. science parks: the diffusion of an innovation and its effects on the academic missions of universities
International Journal of Industrial Organization, 21(9):1323-1356.

Colombo, M and Delmastro, M (2002).
How effective are technology incubators?: Evidence from Italy
Research Policy, 31(7):1103-1122.

Fujita, M and Thisse, J (2002).
Economics of Agglomeration. Cities, Industrial Location, and Regional Growth
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Fujita, M, Krugman, P, and Venables, A (2001).
The Spatial Economy: Cities, Regions, and International Trade
The MIT Press, vol. 1(0262561476). MIT Press Books.

Aitken, B and Harrison, A (1999).
Do Domestic Firms Benefit from Direct Foreign Investment? Evidence from Venezuela
American Economic Review, 89(3):605-618.

Cornish, S (1997).
Product Innovation and the Spatial Dynamics of Market Intelligence: Does Proximity to Markets Matter?
Economic Geography, 73(2):pp. 143-165.

Nadiri, M and Prucha, I (1996).
Estimation of the Depreciation Rate of Physical and R&D Capital in the U.S. Total Manufacturing Sector
Economic Inquiry, 34(1):43-56.

Chen, C, Chang, L, and Zhang, Y (1995).
The role of foreign direct investment in China's post-1978 economic development
World Development, 23(4):691-703.

Henderson, J, Kuncoro, A, and Turner, M (1995).
Industrial Development in Cities
Journal of Political Economy, 103(5):1067-90.

Mansfield, E (1995).
Academic Research Underlying Industrial Innovations:
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 77(1):55-65.

Holtz-Eakin, D (1994).
Public-Sector Capital and the Productivity Puzzle
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 76(1):12-21.

Acs, Z, Audretsch, D, and Feldman, M (1992).
Real Effects of Academic Research: Comment
American Economic Review, 82(1):363-67.

Glaeser, E, Kallal, H, Scheinkman, J, and Shleifer, A (1992).
Growth in Cities
Journal of Political Economy, 100(6):1126-52.