Industrial Districts and Innovation Business Networks: New Theories and Concepts for Entrepreneurship Development

Abstract : Over recent years, the study of industrial districts, inter-organizational relations and networks has become a major theme of interest in entrepreneurship research. Theories point to a new form of entrepreneurship and firm development which is based on the idea of creating links between firms to increase their chances of success and development. In this paper, we will present some data from a research we have conducted in Canada, in the province of Quebec to be exact, but first, we will present the theoretical perspectives which appear relevant to such investigation, which aims at developing a better a socio-economic model of the firm, as well as inter-firm relations, particularly as regards innovation and technological learning and transfers.
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Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay. Industrial Districts and Innovation Business Networks: New Theories and Concepts for Entrepreneurship Development. 12th Annual Conference of USASBE (United States Small Business Entreprise Association), 1998, Clearwater, United States. 10 p. ⟨hal-00190123⟩

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