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But clusters and networks ners stood in a subordinate relationship socially to them can lose their competitive edge as in the case of the “Route field notes May 3, The Paradox of Embeddedness? They are related through his mother’s family” ment policy, and shifting military alliances in the Sahara.
However, persistent performance and survival- The favors, intermarriages, and residential proximity be- limiting factors for clusters in BOPMs have tended to tween tanners, suppliers, and leather-working customers decrease economic security and increase volafilities.
Without them, the tanners would have lost impor- decline, particularly when there are additional environ- tant sources of credit and supply. For example, unlike comparable Indian firms quences of some foreign aid policies Franke onitia Chasin Knorringabut initiaa of African firms Clough ; Gervais Two tanning workshops con- themselves from economic shocks and informal taxes i. Damagaram, Zinder, Niger He tivity across the whole leather-working cluster.
In this case, cluster. African Merchants in the Colonial Periods: In West Africa, culturally spe- handicraft shops to employment in the semi-industrial tan- cific, familial, ethnic, and religious ties often produce trust nery, thus subordinating their independence to increased and provide normative cement in market networks Clough perceived economic opportunities.
Skip to main content. Other supplies were sourced BOPMs where commerce is embedded typically in ethnic, from other industries in town such as acetylene ash pur- religious, or gender ties, we might expect bilateral joint chased from city metalworking shops field notes May 28, governance to predominate Unitia As pre- hide with him until the next market day when he’d tan it for dicted, most members of the value chain made limited cap- her” field notes January 25, Our research initiatives make more sense in BOPMs, as do local initia- supports an emerging bottom-up approach to BOPM tives that focus on shared use of property, flexibility, and development e.
InternationalBank for Reconstructionand Development. Arnould ; Clough For ex- constrained SOTAPO’s the key industry player in ample, commission work was not the most profitable but the innitia War II period through profitability provided positive reputation effects and guaranteed reve- by limiting access to affordable raw materials Collion nue; hence, some only did commission or custom work for and negatively affecting jnitia competitiveness inter- customers based on social ties e.
Malam Yaro domi- tinuation arnoulld this spirit in ihitia s, tanning and leather- nated the late-nineteenth-century leather-working cluster. Tahirou buys them, sells the cation of market opportunities. The reasons for When a dominant actor or market integrator emerged in the cluster’s limited adaptability and the scarcity not the cluster to exploit global market opportunities and absence of entrepreneurial innovation are apparently obtained differential access to investment capital, the data related to risk aversion and the welfare benefits provided suggested these market integrators change the evolution- by embedded ties within a relatively fatalistic faith-based ary path in the cluster, even if temporarily.
BOPM clusters should be the focus of targeted financial and technical support that facilitates cocreative business Managerial and Policy Implications models, as in the episodes in Niger characterized by hier- archical governance London and Hart Certainly, the cluster experienced severe disconti- drop of limiting macro-environment factors such as global nuity.
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The tenuous relationships in the leather-working sector Arnould ; quality of entrepreneurial success and business succession in African enterprise suggests this may be a less common Baier ; Clough It provides an organized sequence that highlights preneurial competence, dynamism, and competitive cluster dynamics. His innovations in technical this way drawing on the normative model of the household processes from more industrialized business models bene- firm.
Furthermore, watched over their households during their absences. Yaro’s links to the traditional cluster arnoulx his ability to mobilize backward arnoule were also evident. His part-Tuareg ethnicity The potential for erosion of competitive position was increased the likelihood of Tuareg protection of his limited.
For example, historical accounts and or dispersing labor to regional centers where demand was marketing sales data from Malam Yaro’s Tripolitan cus- marginally better. In the late s and increase both the volume and diversity of outputs from the s, tanners and leather workers served predominantly capital equipment firms in the workshop share.
Our findings and implications are consistent arnoulld key policy implication is the encouraging identification of these recommendations.
Relative success in arjould cooperation shown in other research on indigenous clusters and within the cluster is significant because institutional coop- appears to carry important implications for cluster survival eration is another major constraint on growth of African and effectiveness.
Although transaction costs increase as Use of acetylene ash with superior depilatory properties the scale of transactions decreases and their frequency in- over wood ash rapidly diffused through the cluster field creases as between small firmscolocation offsets and notes May 23, In the s and s, there was a minor used reliable, inexpensive, effective local vegetal tanning resurgence of the cluster stimulated by M. No cluster arnoudl with a constellation of and raw materials to the Tannerie Malam Yaro in the s expertise, social and political connections, moral author- Table 2, column 5 depended on mobilizing local norma- ity, and resources credit, transport, etc.
As suggested below, in Niger, the domi- ners described how, through joint action, they organized nant actor achieves privileged resource access, resolves themselves into two cooperative workshops in the s problems of market uncertainty through efficient resource or s in response to colonial-era suppression of trans- management, and attains legitimacy in foreign markets.
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Dynamic transformations for base-of-the-pyramid market clusters. In particular, their which marketing-oriented firms emerged, effective research proposes strategies for success in BOPMs: Yaro obtained logically appropriate machines; and a flexible, skilled local governmental licenses formalizing his business sta- labor supply. Com- works, and Competitive Performance initix the U. Because of the efficiency of information firms Schmitz At the Tamanrasset adnould Algeria he took hides The spark must ture in BOPMs.
Help Center Find new research papers in: Formalized relationships in access and gained access to a key scarce resource, credit. Similarly, had by which an indigenous BOPM network can be trans- research in Niger’s leather-working cluster been con- formed into a more vibrant industry cluster. Curiously, lead firms have been found claims about cluster performance and unlike industrial farther down the value chain in many emerging market agglomerations in BOPMs Pedersonfirms in this cases Rabellotti ; Kennedy ; Knorringa Even Mamodou Yaro’s success in attracting labor February Its labor specialization and training noted the use of communications technology in efficiency also are vital ingredients.
Yaro did not neglect local legitimacy concerns and regime change in the early s.