Tracks and Call for papers
The contents of the workshop relate, but are not limited, to key themes on cluster research, such as:
Multinationals, clusters and global value chain
- Technological change and innovation networks
- Clusters and networks in cultural and creative industries
- Clusters in developing and emerging countries
- Cluster life cycle and evolutionary trajectories of local systems
- Relatedness, un/related variety and industrial structure
- Entrepreneurship in clusters and local systems
- Crisis and resilience of clusters and local systems
- Research methods on clusters, industrial districts and local systems
- Rethinking clusters and industrial districts. Exploring critical issues
- Industrial policy, clusters/platforms policy
- "International business and clusters in Brazil/Latin America countries" coordinated by Dinorà Eliete Floriani from Univali University (Brazil) and Amal Mohamed from University of Blumenau (Brazil).
"Clusters and Sustainable Human Development at the Local Level: Theoretical Perspective and Policy Implications" coordinated by Mario Biggieri, University of Florence.
Both theoretical and empirical (qualitative / quantitative) contributions are welcome, from a wide spectrum of different disciplines at micro, meso and macro level.
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