Towards an understanding of knowledge spillovers in industrial clusters
Elisa Giuliani ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2007, vol. 14, issue 2, 87-90
Since Marshall's contribution on the localization of economic activities, increased consideration has been given to geography in economics. This study focuses on the relationships between industrial clustering and knowledge spillovers. It illustrates empirically that, even in the condition of serendipitous business interactions among nearby firms, knowledge spillovers are diffused unevenly and within restricted subgroups of firms.
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