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This study analyses the processes through which business networks are constructed and maintained by manufacturers in the rapidly growing city of Mwanza, Tanzania. Emphasis is placed on identifying and describing the key conventions, norms, routines, understandings, identities, trust mechanisms,...
Is the geographic trajectory of capitalism toward spatial clustering or dispersal? Recent theoretical work in the stream of ‘relational’ economic geography includes several dynamic elements that increase the importance of spatial clustering over time. This paper develops the concept of...
This paper develops a relational, microspace framework to explain how social interaction (in and outside of workplaces) affects decision making, behavior, and performance in collaborative work. The transfer of critical intangible resources such as trust, across persons outside conventional loci...
In this paper, we argue that a paradigmatic shift is occurring in economic geography toward a relational economic geography. This rests on three propositions. First, from a structural perspective economic actors are situated in contexts of social and institutional relations. Second, in dynamic...
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