Clusters and Globalisation: The Development of Urban and Regional Economies
'This book offers a rich mix of conceptual perspectives that reflect the wide conceptual and theoretical interest in clusters. . . the book is a valuable contribution to the cluster debate, able to offer critical insights of interest for both academic researchers and economic development bodies concerned with the design of cluster policies.' - Elvira Uyarra, Science and Public Policy
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