The Competitiveness of Firms and Regions ‘Ubiquitification’ and the Importance of Localized Learning

@inproceedings{Maskell1999TheCO,
  title={The Competitiveness of Firms and Regions ‘Ubiquitification’ and the Importance of Localized Learning},
  author={Peter Maskell and Anders Malmberg},
  year={1999}
}
In traditional location theory there is a distinction between factors of production for which the costs differ significantly between locations, on the one hand, and production inputs which are in practice available everywhere at more or less the same cost (i.e. so-called ubiquities) on the other.In this article, we discuss the process whereby some previously important location factors are actively converted into ubiquities. With an admittedly rather horrendous term, we label this process ‘ubi… CONTINUE READING

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