Editorial [of volume 10 issue 2 of the International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business]
Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
Centre for Innovative Practice
Clusters and other forms of networks are collections of firms and institutions that are undergoing continuous change. The dynamics of such organisational structures, which transcend firm boundaries, are regularly even more complex than the dynamics of firms, simply because more nodes and connections are included in the array of relationships. Clusters of firms embody continuous change as firms enter and leave the cluster, as firms grow and contract, and the competitive and institutional conditions supporting the cluster changes...