Cluster Advantage and Firm Performance: A Shift into the Future!
The spatial concentration or agglomeration of economic activity leads to the emergence of externalities in the form of collective resource pools.
Professor Dr. Hervas-Oliver has received financial support from ECO-63645-R (MINECO/FEDER) from the Spanish Ministry of Economics, Industry and Competitiveness. Additionally, this work is part of the research project PRAT 2014 “Moving knowledge into action: exploring the micro-foundation of an innovation ecosystem”, funded by the University of Padova and headed by Prof. Dr. Silvia Rita Sedita. CPDA142857/14.
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