Industrial Clusters in England

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Industrial Clusters in England. / Nathan, Max; Adderley, Simon; Bernini, Michele; Mulhall, Rachel; Ramirez, Paulina.

Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, 2017. 114 p. (BEIS Research Paper Series; No. 4).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Nathan, M, Adderley, S, Bernini, M, Mulhall, R & Ramirez, P 2017, Industrial Clusters in England. BEIS Research Paper Series, no. 4, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.

APA

Nathan, M., Adderley, S., Bernini, M., Mulhall, R., & Ramirez, P. (2017). Industrial Clusters in England. (BEIS Research Paper Series; No. 4). Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.

Vancouver

Nathan M, Adderley S, Bernini M, Mulhall R, Ramirez P. Industrial Clusters in England. Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, 2017. 114 p. (BEIS Research Paper Series; 4).

Author

Nathan, Max ; Adderley, Simon ; Bernini, Michele ; Mulhall, Rachel ; Ramirez, Paulina. / Industrial Clusters in England. Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, 2017. 114 p. (BEIS Research Paper Series; 4).

Bibtex

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