4.0 – The Geography of innovation

4.0 – The Geography of innovation
Towards the end of the Middle Ages, merchants created a network of trading routes that went through cities like Hamburg and Bergen along the Baltic and North seas. In that early era of globalization, all those cities thrived. Today, though ships are still being loaded for world trade, the driver of wealth and globalization has taken new forms. And entirely new cities are flourishing because they are hosts to the players architecting and leading the global entrepreneurial redesign anchored on innovation. Directly or indirectly, science and technology (S&T) is driving and determining the wealth of nations and cities like Silicon…
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