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Knowledge sharing and network emergence in small firm clusters: an agent-based model of industrial districts

In: Agglomeration, Clusters and Entrepreneurship

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  • Luca Iandoli
  • Elio Marchione
  • Cristina Ponsiglione
  • Giuseppe Zollo

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Regional economic development has experienced considerable dynamism over recent years. Perhaps the most notable cases were the rise of China and India to emergent country status by the turn of the millennium. With time now for hindsight, this book identifies some of the key forces behind these development successes, namely agglomeration, clusters and entrepreneurship.

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  • Luca Iandoli & Elio Marchione & Cristina Ponsiglione & Giuseppe Zollo, 2014. "Knowledge sharing and network emergence in small firm clusters: an agent-based model of industrial districts," Chapters,in: Agglomeration, Clusters and Entrepreneurship, chapter 4, pages 66-84 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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