Item description for Industrial Clusters and Innovation Systems in Africa: Institutions, Markets and Policy by Banji Oyelaran-oyeyinka, Dorothy McCormick, Marie Darrieussecq, Mark Fischer & Yvette Garfield...
This book is the first to examine the incidence and role of clusters as a viable and increasingly important form of industrial organization in Africa. The overall aim of the book is to improve our understanding of how local clusters can be transformed into local systems of innovation and how local clusters can be better connected to global actors. The authors draw out implications for policy and practice and provide guidance to governments, private sector associations, and non-governmental organisations.
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Studio: United Nations University
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2007
Publisher United Nations University Press
ISBN 9280811371 ISBN13 9789280811377
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More About Banji Oyelaran-oyeyinka, Dorothy McCormick, Marie Darrieussecq, Mark Fischer & Yvette Garfield
BANJI OYELARAN-OYEYINKA is currently Professor and Senior Researcher at the United Nations University-Institute for New Technologies (UNU-INTECH), The Netherlands. Up until early 2001, he was Senior Economic Affairs Officer with the UNCTAD, Geneva, Switzerland. He has published widely in international journals and his most recent book is "Learning to Compete in African Industry" (Ashgate Publishing, 2006). KAUSHALESH LAL earned his PhD degree from Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands. He is currently a Researcher at the UNU-INTECH, The Netherlands. He has authored a book on the causes and consequences of the adoption of ICTs, and has published several articles in international journals.
Banji Oyelaran-Oyeyinka has an academic affiliation as follows - United Nations University, the Netherlands.