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Comparing Policies and Firm-Level Survival Strategies for Crises Management in Low-tech Industries: A Wales, Denmark and Ireland Case Study

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posted on 2024-05-16, 19:55 authored by Jesper Lindgaard Christensen, Sharon MayhoSharon Mayho, Nick CliftonNick Clifton, Poul Houman Andersen, Ciarán Mac an Bhaird

Regional innovation policy in many countries became popular around the year 2000, having been pursued from a systems perspective (Christensen and Fagerberg, 2021). As such, the innovation systems approach to policies implies enhancing, knowledge-providing entities, knowledge-diffusing organisations, and the users of knowledge, including links between key actors. Following an emphasis on the national, regional, or technological innovation systems, currently, there is an interest in studying ‘micro’-systems. This study focused on one such micro-system where food and drink are essential components of local economies (Danson et al., 2015), where links between sub-industries and activities have been horizontally developed in three different environments, Denmark, Wales, and Ireland; places chosen for their regional similarities of mixed rurality and urbanisation.

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