The Competitive Advantage of Industrial Districts: Theoretical and Empirical Analysis

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Michele Bagella, Leonardo Becchetti
Springer Science & Business Media, 1999. gada 15. dec. - 231 lappuses
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Several interesting results on the economics of industrial districts are collected in this book. The first part investigates over internal determinants of industrial district competitiveness looking at internal productivity, at patterns of innovation and at those factors which create a favorable industrial atmosphere. The second part of the book investigates over foreign competitiveness of industrial districts focusing on the performance of export and of other forms of internationalisation.

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Empirical Evidence on the Italian Industrial Districts
1
3 Some Econometric Evidence
8
4 Summary and Conclusions
13
Theoretical Analysis and Empirical Evidence
19
2 The Partnership Stage Game
21
21 RD Game in the Low Effort Cost Scenario
23
22 RD Game in the High Effort Cost Scenario
29
31 Empirical Descriptive Results
30
5 Conclusions
109
Extended Empirical Results
112
EU and Non EU Export Performance of Italian Firms Is There an Industrial District Effect?
127
1 Introduction
128
2 The Methodological Approach of the Empirical Analysis
129
3 Empirical Descriptive Results
131
4 Results from Econometric Analysis
134
5 Conclusions
143

32 Descriptive Statistics on the Relationship between RD and Geographical Agglomeration
33
33 Results from Econometric Analysis
34
4 Conclusions
38
the Case of Italian Districts
43
1 Introduction
44
2 The Identification of Districts and District Firms
46
3 Some Preliminary Evidence
49
4 Technical Efficiency and Industrial Districts
57
42 Efficiency in Italian Manufacturing Firms and Localisation Effects
60
5 Conclusions
63
Do State Subsidies Have a Stronger Impact when Provided to District Firms? An Empirical Analysis on Italian Data
69
2 Subsidised Credit Programs and Theoretical Framework
71
3 Industrial District Indicators
75
4 Empirical Evidence from the Sample
77
5 Econometric Results
83
6 Conclusions
86
Industrial Districts and Foreign Competitiveness Export and Internationalisation Performance
91
The Engine of Italian Endogenous Growth?
93
2 The Partnership Stage Game
95
21 The Game for SmallMedium Firm Players and for Players in Sector Characterised by Horizontal Product Differentiation
96
22 The Game for Large Firm Players and for Players in Sector with Vertical Product Differentiation
97
3 The Methodological Approach of the Empirical Analysis
100
31 Empirical Descriptive Results
102
4 Results from Econometric Analysis
106
Appendix
146
Industrial Districts Horizontal and Vertical Integration and Export Performance
149
1 Introduction
150
2 The Localisation Indicator
151
3 Empirical Descriptive Results
152
33 Horizontal and Vertical Integration
153
34 Production Sectors
154
6 Conclusions
156
Appendix 1
158
Appendix 2
160
The District Advantage in SmallMedium Firm Internationalisation
165
1 The Internationalisation of SME
166
2 The Optimum Level of Participation of the SME
167
3 The Constrained Choice
169
4 Conclusions
171
Theory and Evidence
175
Theoretical Hypotheses and the Stages of Internationalisation
176
2 New Evidence on the International Expansion of Italian Firms in Latin America
177
The Case of the Italian Development Cooperation with Argentina
179
Elements for a Theory of the Intelnationalisation of Industrial Districts
180
5 Industrial Districts in Latin America and Possible Collaboration with the Italian IDs
188
6 Summary and Conclusions
191
Appendix
195
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