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The advancement of the digital technology and the rise of the knowledge economy have facilitated a growing practice of smart work - working anywhere and anytime. This study approaches smart work as a form of the sharing economy, with a central concern on its spatial disruption to inform planning...
Business clusters are often intended to provide the environment needed to stimulate the financial growth of corporate inhabitants. However, many fail, prompting scholars to strive to identify the relevant success factors. In this paper, we identify factors promoting the growth of high-technology...
The study aims to contribute to the current panorama of instruments that qualify cities by presenting an approach of sustainable goals and indicators. Insight from inhabitants about their cities reveal dimensions and attributes not captured by official indicators. The focus of this study is to...
This study verified if the knowledge provides by global pipelines is absorbed by clustered firms contributes to minimising both local and clusters asymmetries. We studied one of the most important agricultural barns of Brazil, the fruit-growing cluster São Francisco River Valley (SFRV). It was a...
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