Catania’s Electronic Production System
This paper analyzes the recent transformations of the electronic production system in Catania. During the Nineties, this local system went through a period of rapid growth thanks to the convergence of public policies, a social capital building process, the consolidation of specific human capital and the leadership of some local institutional actors. In recent years, however, Catania’s electronic sector has been going through a phase of slowdown and repositioning due to endogenous factors (institutional detachment) and external dynamics (economic crisis, increasing organizational differentiation and complexity in the sector, gradual eastward shift of the value chain).
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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