Cluster Theory and the Small Business Cluster Theory and Practice : Advantages for the Small Business Locating in a Vibrant Cluster 206-228

@inproceedings{Kuah2005ClusterTA,
  title={Cluster Theory and the Small Business Cluster Theory and Practice : Advantages for the Small Business Locating in a Vibrant Cluster 206-228},
  author={Adrian T. H. Kuah},
  year={2005}
}
  • Adrian T. H. Kuah
  • Published 2005
This paper seeks to review the state of knowledge to this much talked-about paradigm, first made famous by Porter (1990). Clusters are a striking and common feature in today’s economy. Nonetheless, this phenomenon is not exactly new and has been the object of attention from a wide variety of social scientists for much of this century. In the last ten years, this phenomenon has attracted renewed interest from academics, practitioners, and the British Government who have become aware of its… CONTINUE READING

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