Title

The lost 'E' in Clustering: an Australian Case Study

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

School

School of Marketing, Tourism and Leisure

RAS ID

9457

Comments

Cripps, H., & Salo, J. (2009). The lost "E" in Clustering: An Australian Case Study. In proceedings of the 22nd bled eConference eEnablement: facilitating an open, effective and representative eSociety. Bled, Slovenia: University of Maribor.

Abstract

The research investigated the use of information communication technology within collaborative relationships in a multi industry cluster in Australia. The study found that collaborative business relationships were present in the cluster, however the role of ICT in these relationships was not significant due to a number of industry characteristics displayed across the cluster, such as secrecy, a high need for security and low ICT adoption.

 
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