Strategie di internazionalizzazione fra economie distrettuali e filiere estese
[Internationalization strategies: from local clusters to extended networks]
AbstractThe paper focuses on internationalization strategies to be adopted by industrial district firms facing the deep change related to the world wide market opening process. Critical factors and threats are pointed out, in order to identify developing strategies that can enforce a co-ordination role of districts firms within internationalized supply chains and distribution channels. Moreover, policy intervention areas ere identified to address firms’ choices towards consistent directions in order to strengthen their competitiveness and the overall efficiency of the local system, both in its internal and external networks.
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Date of creation: 2006
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internationalization; strategies; industrial districts; SMEs;
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