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Study showcasing the geography of European scaleups and the Role of Access to Talent

The study explores an economic geography and innovation domain, focusing on the location of startups within cities. The author analyzes over 12,000 scaleups, thereby presenting the scaleup ecosystem of Europe projected onto the studied area.

The study draws conclusions regarding the geographical distribution of scaleups, noting that there are cities where the financing and number of scaleups are significantly more concentrated. It identifies a correlation between the development of cities and scaleups, notably discerning a north-south and east-west disparity.

According to the author's findings, there are European ecosystems that are advanced and sustainable; however, noticeable disparities exist among certain regions, and self-reinforcing systems are present in a limited number.

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