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ILLUMINATING THE PRODUCTION CLUSTERS FROM PHILOSOPHY

Marsanasco, Ana María
Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Reception date:04/15/12 - Approval date:05/29/12

ABSTRACT

In recent decades there has been observed in Argentina the development of associative structures characterized by the integration of business and non-business actors. As part of this process, production clusters emerge, and together, a theoretical framework that responds to the specific needs and demands of these organizations.
This body of theory, called traditional approach, gathers models and theories that establish the training and development of production clusters in Argentina. That is, is the dominant paradigm from which these organizations lights.In this context, this paper presents the principles of the theory developed to understand the representations that corporate actors of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) build on the formation and morphology of the agglomerate comprising production, and their relationship with the generation of innovations. These principles include epistemological perspectives of Cornelius Castoriadis and Martin Heidegger.

KEYWORDS: Clusters Production; Castoriadis; Heidegger; Imagination; Innovation; Ontology.

 
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