186 pages, Tabs
Flexible Specialization discusses how the concept of flexible specialization and innovation networks could facilitate the development of small and medium enterprises in developing countries. The book concludes that the potential for development through small and intermediate enterprises exists in many cases, despite severe obstacles which have so far prevented development from taking place. Many groups of enterprises seem to be caught in a vicious circle of stagnation. The studies in this volume will assist entrepreneurs, policymakers, innovators and small businessmen and women to find the means to escape from this situation. These essays are written by contributors from a variety of academic disciplines, and draw in actual experience from Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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