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FOR IDENTIFYING LOCAL AND DOMESTIC INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS USING INTERREGIONAL COMMODITY TRADE DATA Rainer vom Hofe

@inproceedings{Bhatta2007FORIL,
  title={FOR IDENTIFYING LOCAL AND DOMESTIC INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS USING INTERREGIONAL COMMODITY TRADE DATA Rainer vom Hofe},
  author={Saurav Dev Bhatta},
  year={2007}
}
Defining geographic as well as industrial boundaries in industrial cluster analysis is a challenging task. The most widely used methods for identifying industrial clusters utilize data from input-output tables. Given that inter-industry linkages are not confined to political boundaries, the questions discussed in the relevant literature on input-output based approaches focus on whether to use a regional or a national input-output framework. But neither framework can capture non-local… 

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