Innovation in Industrial Clusters: a Survey of Footwear Companies in Brazil

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Martins Tristão, Hélcio; Oprime, Pedro Carlos; Jugend, Daniel; da Silva, Sérgio Luis;
(2013)

The aim of this study is to characterize the relationships in innovation and business clustering processes in the productive chain of small and medium enterprises (SME) of Brazil. The object of study are SMEs the local procuctive cluster of the shoes in Franca, State of... View more
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