Download e-book for kindle: Cluster Genesis: Technology-Based Industrial Development by Pontus Braunerhjelm, Maryann P. Feldman

By Pontus Braunerhjelm, Maryann P. Feldman

Clusters - neighborhood concentrations of similar agencies and businesses - are obvious as an incredible part of monetary development and innovation. yet there's little knowing of the way clusters come into life, and little tips supplied at the position of guidelines in selling this. Cluster Genesis makes a speciality of those early origins of clusters.

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In the USA. The data are consistent with the notion that California had by this time shifted into a sort of second phase of development, characterized by rapid absolute growth and increasing shares of both employment and productive capacity. 8 percent. 3 percent over the same period. Not only was Hollywood consolidating its technical, commercial, and cultural domination of the entire motion-picture industry at this time, it was also widening and deepening its roots in the local area. It was in the 1920s that the basic distinction—still in use—between majors and independents came into being, and by 1930 the Hollywood production system could be succinctly described as comprising eight majors together with a surrounding constellation of smaller independents.

2. 1, the spatial pattern revealed here indicates that a modest westward shift into central Hollywood had occurred in the intervening fifteen years combined with considerable locational intensification. 2. Locations of motion-picture production companies in Los Angeles, 1930 Source: Majors are represented by a square. Addresses were obtained from a great diversity of publications, directories, and web pages. The information shown is probably not complete. particular, the conspicuous clustering of production companies in the vicinity of Gower Street between Sunset and Santa Monica Boulevards.

These routines and institutions enabled further experimentation even as a stable repertoire of actions came into being. Borrowing from Spender’s notion (1989) of industrial recipes, we argue that through an unplanned iterated learning process Silicon Valley actors developed regional recipe for creating and nurturing start-ups. This chapter examines how technology and institutions coevolved to create an ecosystem within which entrepreneurs were able to encapsulate many of the new innovations in separate firms, as opposed to all of the innovations being commercialized by existing firms.

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