From Marshallian District to Local Productive Systems: The Polish Case
AbstractThe chapter concentrates on the positive development dynamics of "industrial districts" based on the network of Small an Medium-Sized firms in Poland.The crux of the matter is to establish whether or not industrial districts constitute a model for the regenaration of local and regional economies in Central European Countries.
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Date of creation: 2009
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Publication status: Published, Civilizational Competences and Regional Development in Poland, Warsaw University Press (Ed.), 2009, 122-153
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regional development; industrial clusters; Poland;
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