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Cortright (2002) Signs of Life

Cortright (2002) Signs of Life

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A study of the geography of the US biotechnology industry published by the Brookings Institution
A study of the geography of the US biotechnology industry published by the Brookings Institution

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Published by: Joseph Cortright on Nov 04, 2008
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Signs of Life:
The Growth of Biotechnology Centers in the U.S.
 Joseph Cortrightand Heike MayerThe Brookings InstitutionCenter on Urban andMetropolitan Policy
 
 Joseph Cortright
is an economist with Impresa, Inc., andprincipal investigator for the New EconomyObservatory of Portland State University’s Institutefor Portland Metropolitan Studies.
Heike Mayer 
is agraduate research assistant with the Observatory anda Ph.D. candidate in the University’s College of Urban and PublicAffairs. Cortright and Mayer also wrote
“High Tech Specialization: A Comparison of High Technology Centers,” 
published by The Brookings InstitutionCenter on Urban and Metropolitan Policy in January 2001.
© 2002The Brookings InstitutionCenter on Urban andMetropolitan Policy
 
Executive SummaryIntroductionFindingsConclusionAppendix BibliographyAcknowledgements
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Signs of Life:
The Growth of Biotechnology Centers in the U.S.

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