After discussing alternative industrialisation strategies1 and flexible specialisation,2 the EADI working group on industrialisation in the Third World decided during the EADI conference in Berlin (September 1993) to delve more deeply into the factors determining the success of certain small enterprise clusters and networks. The underlying issue has always been how to increase employment and economic growth through small enterprise development.

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Van Dijk, M.P. (Meine Pieter), & Rabellotti, R. (Roberta). (2005). Clusters and networks as sources of cooperation and technology diffusion for small enterprises in developing countries. In Enterprise Clusters and Networks in Developing Countries (pp. 1–10). Retrieved from