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  1. Analysing Canadian Clusters: a few figures on a few key words ISRN Meeting – Toronto, May 5-6 2005Emmanuel Muller

  2. Searching for key words

  3. Basic database • Review of ISRN-members' presentations (.ppt files, N=44) • Canadian clusters only • 2002: n=9 • 2003: n=17 • 2004: n=19

  4. Basic database

  5. Top 5 2002 (Québec meeting) • University /(public) research labs (87.5%) • Knowledge flows (75%) • Networks (62.5%) • Federal/provincial govt/policy (50%) • Skilled personal/workforce (37.5%)

  6. Top 5 2003 (Ottawa meeting) • University /(public) research labs (71%) • Knowledge flows (65%) • Networks (53%) 4a. Venture capital/ business angels (47%) 4b. Concentration/agglomeration (47%)

  7. Top 5 2004 (Vancouver meeting) • Knowledge flows (65%) • University/(public) research labs (71%) • Global vs. local (65%) • Federal/provincial govt/policy (53%) 5a. Talent (47%) 5b. Networks (47%)

  8. Average Top 5 (2002-2004) 1a. Knowledge flows (70%) 1b. University/(public) research labs (70%) • Networks (50%) • Federal/provincial govt/policy (45%) 5a. Venture capital/ business angels (36%) 5b. Concentration / agglomeration (36%)

  9. Three strongest progressions (2002-2004) • Global vs. local (+420%) • Talent (+276%) • Concentration / agglomeration (+228%)

  10. Own favourite for 2005: "BUZZ" Progression: • from 0% in 2002 to 12% to 2004 Definitions (Cambridge dictionary on line): • to make a continuous low sound such as the one a bee makes • a feeling of excitement, energy and pleasure Alfred Marshall's industrial districts : • "industrial atmosphere" • "something in the air"