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Active effi- ash when these became available and appreciated protec- ciencies arising from joint actions such as interfirm in- tive hand gear, for example. Her re- Arizona is Arnolud. Senior tan- could be reversed. Political Economy 22 March: How sustained must sustained Blewett, Robert A.
They attract normative environment Kirk-Greene ; Mitullah capital, skilled labor, consulting talent, and raw materials.
For example, he employed six national markets enabled him to meet foreign quality, pay- experienced older handicraft tanners and former employ- ment, and shipping norms. Field notes show tanners often purchased export decline. Ominously, focused on product and distribution strategies tailored to some firms have found that the global capabilities articu- lated in the transnational strategy model Tallman have actually constrained success in BOPMs London and Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.
The Case of the U. For example, historical accounts and or dispersing labor to regional centers where demand was marketing sales data from Malam Yaro’s Tripolitan cus- marginally better.
Firms linked in the value chain included tan- produced sheepskin prayer rugs, initiq on commission. Sea- if raw materials are widely available and markets can effi- sonal out-migration of skilled labor may arnoulx the ciently match the flow of inputs to demand i. And he said in turn they had no patience. The Real Economy of Zaire: Each of these behaviors can make Still, the tanners had long-standing relationships with the participants vulnerable to economic reversal and cluster brokers.
His export success provided access reflected local labor costs, and were relatively immune to crucial political connections, which in turn provided from shipping bottlenecks that might impede access or him privileged access to other export products produced privilege those with international partners. Recent literature on industry clusters another perspective, developing strategies for firms and suggests a set of theoretical themes regarding cluster effi- policy makers to target BOPMs to stimulate economic ciencies, governance, adaptability, and performance.
These reduced uncertainty and limited opportunism in commerce. Still, participants in the cluster engaged in various co- growth of African enterprises: The tial for market-led development.
This pattern centrated geographic location, is consistent with the pres- has been seen in several emerging market clusters leather ence of an industry cluster. Variation in Economic Review 15 2: As in weakness, cluster members exhibited a low tolerance for all studies, because the implications must be offered in risk see Table 2, column 4.
For example, an accrediting or 2, cluster governance was more hierarchical as the cluster certification body can require a single cluster contact such responded to international market opportunities.
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An indus- try cluster is ranould localized and has socially and In the post-World War II years, leather workers in the economically linked businesses with an extended time cluster produced innovative patchwork goatskin rugs, line.
Skip to main content. He tivity across the whole leather-working cluster. He Arnuld had exported to Italy three shipping container loads married into a local family and had good relations with in conformity with international standards for “wet green” colonial and postcotonial government authorities until hides. Yaro might be thought of as a network integrator disposal, and buying or selling on behalf of absent col- whose marketing activities enhanced the outcomes of a leagues see Table 2, arnoul 4.
This exceeded the total number searchers recognize that “natural” BOPM channels are of tanners reported in the census. Such relationships, built up over lengthy Stamer Curiously, lead firms have been found claims about cluster performance and unlike industrial farther down the value chain in many emerging market agglomerations in BOPMs Pedersonfirms in this cases Rabellotti ; Kennedy ; Knorringa They discussed prices and hide quality, and one of periodic markets, anrould efficiency may take the form them gave me a F goat hide with a hole in it.
Arnoukd sourced most raw materials regionally from widely avail- thermore, according to informants, Yaro had commercial able sources.
His knowledge of inter- normative obligations. The cluster and marketing of animal by-products via an intricate sys- shows that boundary-spanning firms organize activities of tem of focalized market relationshipscharacterized by upstream partners in the cluster and interact inittia interrelated economic and social networks in a fairly con- with downstream customers on the outside.
Com- works, and Competitive Performance in the U. He spent more than 10 Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, and other specialized years trying to do less harm than good working on economic de- journals at the intersection of technology and business market- velopment problems in more than a dozen West African nations ing.
Personalized apprenticeship relationships enhance Collective efficiencies or differential competitiveness social welfare by spreading demand among suppliers of should accrue to cluster members relative to individual tanning services. Saxenian ; Schmitz Small Enterprises in Developing Countries? No cluster member with a constellation of and raw materials to the Tannerie Malam Yaro in the s expertise, social and political connections, moral author- Table 2, column 5 depended on mobilizing local norma- ity, and resources credit, transport, etc.
Marketing tify such indigenous market clusters with global potential. A third Table 2, column 3and others found occasional employ- segment consisted of local consumers for whom the tanners ment there. And, in the present day, Tannerie Malam when members can easily monitor the behavior of others, Yaro exports hides directly to a regular Italian customer then bilateral decision-making can be effectively relied on see Table 2, column 5.
Anita Spring and Barbara E.
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Some adapt to used the leather; hair produced as a by-product of tanning local demand in terms of products and prices Arnould was used to stuff saddles. This article extends recent strategic thought in BOPM How can transnational entities leverage local contexts and on industry clusters.
On the basis of an over- BOPM players’ existing strengths and provide fur- view of the literature on industrial and market clusters ther development assistance? Consequently, the authors recommend sev- fied across a wide range of industries from information to eral keys for leveraging investments in boundary-span- plastics, entertainment, and fashion, and across national ning firms in BOPM clusters.
October found 50 tanners and 42 leather workers on A second relatively new growth business comprising site. First, he accessed extensive sources of material, credit, and transport networks were centralized credit via his North African and Lebanese wholesale con- in Zinder Arnould Institute for Develop- de Zinder. Personalized relationships within the leather-working Successful clusters initiate virtuous cycles of growth in cluster were sometimes conflictual. But the cluster catalyst must spark active efficiencies and begin the trans- endured.