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Sasson: Global Knowledge Hub Index

  1. 1. Global Knowledge Hubs<br />Associate Professor<br /> BI Norwegian School of Management<br />MOC Network Cluster Research Workshop<br /> Harvard Business School, Dec 12, 2010<br />
  2. 2. The Global Knowledge Hub Index ©<br />Cluster Attractiveness<br />Educational Attractiveness<br />Talent Attractiveness<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Environmental <br />Attractiveness<br />R&D Attractiveness<br />Ownership Attractiveness<br />
  3. 3. Educational Attractiveness<br />Education<br />Cluster<br />Initial investments outside the direct control of industrial actors.<br />Educational choices determine the “raw material” upon which industries can be built or dismantled.<br />An ever increasing role in the “knowledge economy”.<br />Industries differ in the essentialness of various educational programs.<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Talent<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />
  4. 4. Educational Attractiveness<br />Graduate Students<br />Level and growth of graduate students in the subject.<br />Foreign Graduate Students<br />Level and growth of foreign graduate students.<br />Popularity<br />Percent of total and growth of graduates taking education in the subject.<br />Doctoral Candidates<br />Percent and total and growth of doctorate students in the subject.<br />Degrees Conferred<br />Level and growth of total degrees conferred.<br />Craft Certificates<br />Level and growth of Craft Certificates<br />Education<br />Cluster<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Talent<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />
  5. 5. Talent Attractiveness I<br />Educated Workers<br />Level and growth of educated workers.<br />Engineers<br />Scientists<br />Business Administration and Economics<br />Foreign Workers<br />- Level and growth of foreign workers in the sector.<br />Foreign Educated Workers<br />Level and growth of foreign educated workers in the sector.<br />Education<br />Cluster<br />Talent<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />
  6. 6. Talent Attractiveness II<br />Sexiness barometer<br />Level, growth and net of the number of success/failure stories (content analysis of major newspapers). <br />Economic incentives<br /><ul><li>Level and growth of average salary</li></ul>Employee turnover<br />Level and growth of employee turnover (inverted U-shape) <br />Education<br />Cluster<br />Talent<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />
  7. 7. R&D Attractiveness<br />Scientific Output<br />Level and growth of academic publications in the subject.<br />Scientific Availability<br />Level and growth of # of academics working in the subject.<br />Foreign Scientific Availability<br />Level and growth of foreign academics working in the subject.<br />Innovative Output<br />Level and growth of patent registrations.<br />Product, process and organizational innovation.<br />R&D Investment and Intensity<br />Level and growth in R&D investments.<br />Percent out of turnover and growth of R&D investments.<br />Education<br />Cluster<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Talent<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />
  8. 8. Ownership Attractiveness<br />Foreign Ownership<br />Level and growth of the value of foreign ownership.<br />Venture Capital <br />Level and growth of the value of venture capital investment.<br />Competent Capital<br />Industry Competent Owner- Largest owner and how many other firms owned in the same industry.<br />Regional Competent Owner: Local owner.<br />Cluster Competent Owner: Industry by location.<br />Generalist Owner.<br />Education<br />Cluster<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Talent<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />
  9. 9. The Global Knowledge Hub Index©Cluster Attractiveness <br />Cluster<br />Global Agglomeration<br />Education<br />Regional Agglomeration<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Talent<br />National Agglomeration<br />Environment<br />Completeness <br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />
  10. 10. Cluster attractiveness<br />Cluster<br />Education<br />Global Agglomeration<br />Relative to global specialization.<br />National Agglomeration <br />Relative to national specialization.<br />Regional Agglomeration<br />Completeness <br />Value Chain <br />And the availability of related clusters<br />Talent<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />
  11. 11. The Global Knowledge Hub Index ©Environmental Attractiveness <br />Cluster<br />Education<br />Air Pollution<br />Climate Change<br />Biological Diversity<br />Food Supply<br />Environmental Toxics<br />Energy Use<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Co2<br />Emissions<br />Talent<br />Environmental<br />Attractiveness<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />Greenhouse Emission<br />
  12. 12. Cluster<br />Cluster<br />From Having to Using<br />Education<br />Education<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Talent<br />Talent<br />Environment<br />Environment<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />Ownership<br />R &D<br />
  13. 13. Cluster<br />Cluster<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Overlapping Networks<br />Education<br />Education<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Competition<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Cluster Dynamics<br />Knowledge investment<br />Talent<br />Talent<br />Environment<br />Environment<br />Cooperation<br />Linkages<br />R&D<br />R&D<br />Ownership<br />Ownership<br />
  14. 14. Cluster Dynamics<br />Connectivity<br />Competition<br />Cooperation<br />Establishment and Bankruptcy. Churn ratio.<br />Linkages<br />Strength and extent of inter-organizational, public sector, financial institutions, consultants, alliance partners relations in contributing to innovation and internationalization<br />Overlapping networks<br />Intra industry labor mobility<br />Inter-industry labor mobility<br />Knowledge investment<br />
  15. 15. The global knowledge hub index©Performance Effects <br />Value Creation<br />Performance<br />Productivity<br />Innovation<br />Global Position<br />