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by Roberta Rabellotti,Hubert Schmitz

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  • ISBN 1858641306
  • ISBN13 978-1858641300
  • Language English
  • Author Roberta Rabellotti,Hubert Schmitz
  • Publisher Institute of Development Studies (December 1997)
  • Pages 27
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  • Category Social Science
  • Subcategory Sociology
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Even though clustering firms feed on each other, they vary a great deal in the strategies they employ and the growth they achieve. This internal heterogeneity is investigated for three cases: the shoe industries in Italy, Brazil and Mexico. RABELLOTTI R. et SCHMITZ H. (1999) La heterogeneite interne des zones industrielles en Italie, au Bresil et au Mexique, Reg. Studies 33, 97-108.

This internal heterogeneity is investigated for three cases: the shoe industries in Italy, Brazil and Mexico.

Many case studies have shown that clustering helps local enterprises to overcome growth constraints and compete in distant markets.

IDS Working Paper 59. Summary. 2 SHOE DISTRICTS IN ITALY, BRAZIL AND MEXICO The enormous internal heterogeneity shown later in this paper took us by surprise

IDS Working Paper 59. Many case studies have shown that clustering helps local enterprises to overcome growth constraints and compete in distant markets. 2 SHOE DISTRICTS IN ITALY, BRAZIL AND MEXICO The enormous internal heterogeneity shown later in this paper took us by surprise. (1999) La hétérogénéité interne des zones industrielles en Italie, au Brésil et au Mexique, Reg.

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