2 edition of Enterprise clusters in Africa found in the catalog.
Enterprise clusters in Africa
1998 by Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi in [Nairobi] .
Written in English
|Statement||by Dorothy McCormick.|
|Series||Working paper ;, no. 518, Working paper (University of Nairobi. Institute for Development Studies) ;, no. 518.|
|LC Classifications||HC865.A1 W67 no. 518|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||98981432|
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Her work has dealt with institutions and enterprise Enterprise clusters in Africa book, enterprise clusters, value chains and, most recently, the impact of the rise of China and India on African enterprises and workers. Winnie V.
Mitullah is an associate research professor at the Institute for Development. Africa is on the move, demonstrating in recent years a significant potential for economic growth. Although the region still faces many challenges, it is also generating pockets of economic vitality in the form of enterprise clusters that are contributing to national, regional, and local productivity.
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Schmitz () defined enterprise cluster as a group of producers located within certain proximity, where there is effective communication. The main important factor of enterprise cluster is when. Enterprise Clusters and Networks in Developing Countries analyses the functions and advantages of clusters and networks for small enterprises in developing the opening chapter the editors describe different types of clusters and networks and compare the diverse forms of external economi.
Enterprise in Africa is concerned to revisit key elements of the debate about small and microenterprises through the lens of the current poverty-growth debate and in the specific context of Africa. Leading practitioners, academics, and policymakers examine the evidence from across a range of disciplines to ask a series of crucial questions: Is.
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Contents: Knowledge, technology, and cluster-based growth in Africa: findings from 11 case studies of enterprise clusters in Africa / Douglas Zhihua Zeng --The Suame manufacturing cluster in Ghana / Catherine Nyaki Adeya --The. Promoting Enterprise-led Innovation in China.
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Global Value Chains, Clusters, and SMEs in Latin America Carlo Pietrobelli Roberta Rabellotti South Africa, the Asia-Europe Institute at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Peking University.
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A report based on joint research by the World Bank, the Japan International. This is the first book to examine the role of clusters as an increasingly important form of industrial organization in Africa.
(A cluster is generally defined as a geographical concentration of. Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Trade and Development in Africa ICT Powered Strategic Flexibility System Dynamic Model: A Pillar for Economic Development in Micro and Small Enterprises An Adaptive ICT-Enabled Model for Knowledge Identification and Management for Enterprise Development.
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This study addresses how industrial clusters could be a springboard for the development of Africa's micro and small enterprise sector, which constitutes the bulk of the region's indigenous private sector.
What Are Clusters. Today’s economic map of the world is characterized by “clusters.” A cluster is a geographic concentration of related companies, organizations, and institutions in a particular field that can be present in a region, state, or nation.
Contents List of figures vii List of tables viii List of contributors x Preface xii Acknowledgements xiii 1 Introduction: Clusters and innovation systems in Africa 1 Dorothy McCormick and Banji Oyelaran-Oyeyinka 2 Industrialization through cluster upgrading: Theoretical perspectives 20 Dorothy McCormick 3 From clusters to innovation systems in traditional industries 39 Lynn K.
John Sutton’s Enterprise Map Project aims to provide a standardized descriptive account of the industrial capabilities of selected countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
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The Micro and Small Enterprises (MSE). one thing is clear: the numerous special economic zones and industrial clusters that emerged after the country’s reforms are without doubt two important engines of China’s remarkable development.
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In: Industrial Clusters and Innovation in Africa, Institutions, Markets and Policy. Tokyo: United Nations University Press; This book is the first to examine the incidence and role of clusters as a viable and increasingly important form of industrial organization in Africa.
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