Regional Distribution and Industry Evolution: Investigating the Geography of Guangdong Business Incubators

Xiaoyan WANG

Abstract


As the main body of regional innovation, technology business incubators play an important role in promoting regional economic development. Based on the analysis of the status quo of incubators, we take Guangdong Province incubator as an example, analyse the regional distribution characteristics and incubation differences of technology incubators from the perspectives of regional distribution and industrial distribution. Then analyze the differences between inter-area incubators from the perspectives of incubating ability, innovation ability and entrepreneurial ability. Finally, based on the industrial distribution of incubators, the relationship between incubator industrial distribution and regional economy is discussed in depth. The analysis shows that the incubators in the Pearl River Delta (PRD) region have become the mainstay of regional innovation and entrepreneurship, and the incubator industry has a high degree of matching with the regional industries to promote economic development.


Keywords


Incubator; Regional distribution; Innovation ability; Industrial distribution

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