Industrial Districts

' ' As for the last room and I begin (Fight of the Contrary), COTRIM (1995: 261) considers that, under the dialtico approach, ' ' the basic engine of all the historical transformations inhabits in the fight incessantedos elements contrrios' '. These elements, say the author, are disclosed through the internal conditions that are presentesem all the phenomena and situations, as, for example, only can think the new about function of the old one, the death in contraposition to the life, the decay in opposition to the development, etc. For even more details, read what Jim Umpleby says on the issue. At last, the Fight of the Contrary lead to a gradual overcoming of the contradictions, obeying the following process: one ticket ' ' tese' ' (determined affirmation) for an antithesis (negation of the thesis) and of this for a synthesis (product of shock of the thesis with the antithesis, the negation of the negation). In turn the synthesis will consist in a new thesis that will go to unchain new contradictions. These, therefore, are the four dialticos principles of the materialism that will be utitilizados, in agreement already explained previously, to analyze proceso of regional development of the Region of Emilia Romagna (today known as Third Italy). Before this, however, one restrospectiva briefing on the history of the Industrial Districts (or clustres) will become, for after that, to explain the process of development of Third Italy through the four described dialticos principles for COTRIM (1995: 260-262). 2. Soon historical retrospect concerning Industrial Districts (or clusters) 2,1 the origin of the concept Industrial deDistritos (or clusters) Initially, fits to stand out that the concept of Districts Industries did not appear originally in Italy. In the truth, oconceito of ' ' clusters' ' it happens of what MARSHALL (1982: 234) cunhou of ' ' Industrial&#039 district; ' , in century XIX, to characterize ' ' average small concentrations of great companies located around of indstrias' ' , in the suburbs of the English cities.


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