Locational factors mid-1980s
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Locational factors mid-1980s. Proximity to the founder’s home was the critical factor; 87 establishments (53%) gave this as a reason. 17% spin-offs by existing companies (17) Access to labour was mentioned by only 20 establishments of much more significance for manufacturing than for R & D establishments and not at all for software houses. 8 manufacturing firms, 2 R & D and 2 s/w gave access to technical information was the most important reason (7.3%). Very few were likely to move out of the county 20 establishments moved into Oxfordshire. Overseas rather than local markets important High levels of local subcontracting.Слайд 23 из презентации «Helen Lawton Smith Department of Management Birkbeck, University of London Oxfordshire Economic Observatory, Oxford University Presentation at Department of Planning Seminar Series, Oxford Brookes University, March 6 2014»
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