International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development
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International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development (2 papers in press)
Computer Modelling and Identification of Factors Important for the Success of Business Clusters. by Mousa Al-kfairy, Souheil Khaddaj, Robert B. Mellor Abstract: Business clusters are often intended to provide the environment needed to stimulate the financial growth of corporate inhabitants. This study identifies factors influencing the growth of high-technology firms by analysing a longitudinal dataset from Ratsit database for both on- and off-cluster firms with industrial code 62x (computing and related industries) in Mj Keywords: Business Clusters; Innovation Networks; Science Parks; Success Indicators; Success Factors.
Global pipelines and absorptive capacity: insights from the clustered firms at S by Vinicius Farias Moreira, Jose Luis Hervas-Oliver, Adriana Fumi Chim-Miki, Walter Fernando Araújo De Moares Abstract: This study verified if the knowledge provides by global pipelines is absorbed by clustered firms contributes to minimizing both local and clusters asymmetries. We studied one of the most important agricultural barns of Brazil, the Fruit-growing Cluster S Keywords: Cluster; Global Pipelines; Absorptive Capacity; Asymmetries.