Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10419/233821
Authors: 
Brinkhoff, Sascha
Kitzmann, Robert
Year of Publication: 
2014
Citation: 
[Title:] 31st IASP World Conference: Conference Proceedings [Publisher:] International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP) [Place:] Campanillas, Málaga, Spain [Pages:] 263-279
Abstract: 
The attractiveness of high-technology companies for skilled, creative and international talent is one of the most important factors for their global competitiveness. Recent research shows that highly skilled people increasingly demand their work place to be a place to work, live and socialize - thus, a more urban environment. As recent developments in metropolitan areas show, cities in general are challenging the classical model of science and technology parks. In three Berlin-based case studies the authors have undertaken a survey and expert interviews examining the image and perception of the respective area of innovation as well as the role of multifunctional urbanism in the generation of innovation and new knowledge. However the authors argue that STPs and areas of innovation will and should not become like cities entirely. They need to maintain their profile and USP as distinct knowledge and innovation hubs to generate long-term economic, real tech-based growth and R&D based innovation.
Subjects: 
Areas of innovation
Science parks
Kowledge society
Urbanism
Innovation
Technology parks
Berlin
Adlershof
Charlottenburg
Berlin-Buch
Document Type: 
Conference Paper
Document Version: 
Published Version
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