Distretti industriali e anelli affini
[Industrial districts and elective affinities]
AbstractIndustrial districts palyed a very important role in the Italian economic development. This paper provides fresh evidence based on microdata (Veneto Worker Histories) and discusses the ambiguities in the district definition, its uncertain boundaries and the development into territorial affinities as economic development progresses.
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Date of creation: 2001
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Industrial districts; Italy; Regional policy; Geography;
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