The Adam Smith address : Location, clusters, and the 'new' microeconomics of competition

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Presents a discussion on the Adam Smith Address case which focuses on the role of location or geography economy in the microeconomics of competition. Role of location on the economy; Definition of clusters; Reason why geographic concentration occurs; Role of the government on the influence of location in competition

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  • Michael E. Porter

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