Innovation and Small Enterprises in the Third World

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Innovation is crucial for small enterprises to become and remain competitive in the global economy. In this title, the authors have combined theoretical insights with comprehensive case studies on innovation among small-scale enterprises in developing countries, paying particular attention to technological change in clusters of small firms. The authors deliberately use a broad definition of innovation in order to emphasize the fact that technological change and innovation adoption takes place on a wider scale and in a ...

Innovation and Small Enterprises in the Third World 2002, Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781840649147

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