Complexity And Industrial Clusters: Dynamics And Models In Theory And Practice (Contributions To Economics)

Marco Fortis; Alberto Quadrio Curzio

The system of Italian industrial districts seems to have produced a 'model of capitalism' that is different from those of the 'Anglo-Saxon' and 'Rhine Valley'. However, the Italian model - which might be defined as 'horizontal or network capitalism' - is not limited to Italy. Starting from a detailed look at the relations between general theories of complexity and an analysis of the economic dynamics of industrial clusters, this volume considers two different applications. Firstly, models of industrial clusters, and secondly, success cases of clusters around the world. The volume includes papers from well-known international authors, among others Gell-Mann (Physics Nobel Price), Sabel and Dosi.

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