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Network dynamics and cluster evolution: changing trajectories of the aluminium extrusion industry in Dali, China

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  • Peng-Fei Li
  • Harald Bathelt
  • Jici Wang

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  • Peng-Fei Li & Harald Bathelt & Jici Wang, 2012. "Network dynamics and cluster evolution: changing trajectories of the aluminium extrusion industry in Dali, China," Journal of Economic Geography, Oxford University Press, vol. 12(1), pages 127-155, January.
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    1. Goutam Dutta & Payal Apujani & Narain Gupta, 2016. "An Introduction to the Aluminium Industry and Survey of OR Applications in an Integrated Aluminium Plant," Working Papers id:11097, eSocialSciences.
    2. Apujani, Payal & Dutta, Goutam & Gupta, Narain, 2016. "An Introduction to the Aluminum Industry and Survey of OR Applications in an Integrated Aluminum Plant," IIMA Working Papers WP2016-03-50, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Research and Publication Department.
    3. David Edgington & Roger Hayter, 2013. "The In Situ Upgrading of Japanese Electronics Firms in Malaysian Industrial Clusters," Economic Geography, Clark University, vol. 89(3), pages 227-259, July.
    4. Bastien Bernela & Marie Ferru & Marc-Hubert Depret, 2017. "When genesis shapes cluster life cycle? Applying mixed method on a French cluster case study," Working Papers halshs-01616929, HAL.

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