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Governance, Reti d’Imprese e Distretti Industriali: Considerazioni Metodologiche

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  • Francesco Schiavone

Il paper propone un'integrazione metodologica tra la teoria Williamsoniana dei costi di trnasazione e la Resource-based View nello studio delle problematiche relative alla governance nelle reti esterne di imprese, che porti all'utilizzo di una metodologia di ricerca bifronte; dopo un'introduzione letteraria sui tre campi di studio qui analizzati (reti d'impresa e la fattispecie dei distretti industriali, teoria dei costi di transazione, Resource-based View), nella parte conclusiva si presenteranno una serie di evidenze teoriche ed empiriche che possano far prevalere una metodologia di ricerca extended per il distretto industriale, una delle principali una delle principali tipologie di reti esterne presenti nell'economia italiana. Si ritiene, infatti, che questo, a causa della forte caratterizzazione sociale, della struttura industriale e delle risorse e competenze strategiche che lo contraddistinguono, si presti efficacemente sia a valutazione prossime alla TCE che ad indagini scaturenti da variabili proprie della RBV.

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Date of creation: 23 Jan 2004
Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpur:0401004
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