Cooperation for the innovation at the local level: a successful Italian case
the cooperation for the innovation within the industrial districts has been largely investigated, but the economic literature counts a limited number of successful and durable cases. In this paper the focus is Ruvaris , a company operating in the taps & fittings industry, that represents a good example of a structured cooperation growing during the years. In fact Ruvaris has been created by some competitors based in different districts and areas of Italy, in order to manage cooperative projects for innovation without the implication of public bodies and, in the first phase, without public financial support.
|Length:||22 pages Keywords : cooperation, innovation, industrial districts, taps & fittings industry|
|Date of creation:||Dec 2012|
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