The preeminence of clusters.

  • Bühler F
  • Tang C
  • Shah P
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Many cities and countries still view the foundation of a biotech sector as desirable for a high-tech, intellectually driven economy. But a discussion by seasoned biotech management and investors suggests that attaining an environment with the right mix of money, management and innovation remains a difficult and long-term challenge.

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  • Biotechnology: economics
  • Biotechnology: organization & administration
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  • Developed Countries
  • Developed Countries: economics
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  • Fritz Bühler

  • C Mark Tang

  • Pratik Shah

  • Mark Leuchtenberger

  • Ko-Chung Lin

  • Pedro De Noronha Pissarra

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