Small firm networking and economies in transition: an overview of theories, issues and policies

V Franičević, WJ Bartlett

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Abstract

The paper presents a literature review of small firms networks and the policies which have been designed to support and promote them. It provides an assessment of such networks as a form of inter-firm co-operation. It also develops a typology within which different approaches to network supporting policies can be assessed. Finally it discusses the applicability of such network supporting policies to the transition economies of Eastern Europe.
Translated title of the contributionSmall firm networking and economies in transition: an overview of theories, issues and policies
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)63 - 89
Number of pages27
JournalZagreb International
Volume4 (1)
Publication statusPublished - May 2001

Bibliographical note

Publisher: University of Zagreb, Graduate School of Economics & Business
Other: Issue: Review of Economics and Business

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