Incubators, accelerators and regional economic development

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Incubators, accelerators and regional economic development. / Madaleno, Margarida; Nathan, Max; Overman, Henry; Waights, Sevrin.

London : Centre for Economic Performance, 2018. (CEP Discussion Paper; No. 1575).

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Harvard

Madaleno, M, Nathan, M, Overman, H & Waights, S 2018 'Incubators, accelerators and regional economic development' CEP Discussion Paper, no. 1575, Centre for Economic Performance, London.

APA

Madaleno, M., Nathan, M., Overman, H., & Waights, S. (2018). Incubators, accelerators and regional economic development. (CEP Discussion Paper; No. 1575). Centre for Economic Performance.

Vancouver

Madaleno M, Nathan M, Overman H, Waights S. Incubators, accelerators and regional economic development. London: Centre for Economic Performance. 2018 Sep 1. (CEP Discussion Paper; 1575).

Author

Madaleno, Margarida ; Nathan, Max ; Overman, Henry ; Waights, Sevrin. / Incubators, accelerators and regional economic development. London : Centre for Economic Performance, 2018. (CEP Discussion Paper; 1575).

Bibtex

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