Industrial Location, Relations with Regional Agents, Formation and Innovation in Spanish Aquaculture

Francisco Javier Sánchez Sellero, Montserrat Cruz González, Pedro Sánchez Sellero

Abstract


This paper tries to contrast theories and location factors with the results of an open investigation on management of intellectual capital in aquaculture. We analyse the applicability of endogenous development models and enterprise networks, from an alternative point of view different from the hierarchy and the market, finally theories about the formation weight and the R&D&i efforts in real investments and real expenditures that the spanish aquaculture companies assume are contrasted, in competitiveness terms.

Keywords


aquaculture; endogenous development models; enterprise networks; competitiveness; industrial location; relations with regional agents; formation; R&D&i

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