|Size (L x W x H)||32 cm x 44 cm x 10 cm|
This book consists of chapters that review concepts and theories to empirical evidences and case studies of cluster development in five Asian countries Japan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. It explores the dynamic of clustering in linking its potential and challenges to economic development, policy making, innovation and social networking in various cluster development projects in different localities and regions. For many years clusters have been touted to have significant economic and strategic advantages to develop potential and successful industrial regions. This book offers a better understanding of rural challenges in cluster development in different localities of Asian countries, which would help in generating new ideas and suggestions in making appropriate recognition to rural agendas in the era of globalization. It is suitable as a reference for university and college students in related fields, as well as for researchers, planners, administrators and the society at large.