Work on cluster development and innovation recognises the
proximity interactions between historical events, actors,
institutional settings and other embrace cultural norms in
driving the dynamics of firms’ technological learning and
innovation in a spatial context. In this respect, cluster competitiveness
is highly attributed to localised learning paths and implicit knowledge
grounded in local community and it evolved through time and space.
This book provides an overview of current cluster based activities
in Malaysia. Two successful clusters in Malaysia – Sekinchan paddy-rice
cluster and Muar wooden furniture clusters. These clusters studies reveal
that developing a successful cluster required long-term efforts since the
establishment of network and trust consumes time. It requires a continual
series of interactions along with the exchange of resources.
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