Neo-marshallian Nodes, Global Networks and Firm Competitiveness: the Media Cluster of Central London

@inproceedings{Nachum1999NeomarshallianNG,
  title={Neo-marshallian Nodes, Global Networks and Firm Competitiveness: the Media Cluster of Central London},
  author={Lilach Nachum and David R. T. Keeble},
  year={1999}
}
The recent emphasis by some business scholars on processes taking place within locally-embedded production systems seems to undervalue the dynamics of global competition and the role played by TNCs in mobilising tangible and intangible assets across localised clusters. Using the external linkages of firms as the theoretical framework, this paper examines the interplay between global and local influences on the competitiveness of the cluster of media firms in Central London. The main findings… CONTINUE READING

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