The Gold Coast marine precinct: Pre-packaging entrepreneurship?
Casali, GL and Robertson, PL (2011) The Gold Coast marine precinct: Pre-packaging entrepreneurship? Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 17 (3). pp. 352-382. ISSN 1324-0935
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We investigate the evolving quality of entrepreneurship in the Gold Coast Marine Precinct, a purpose-built industrial district in Southeast Queensland, Australia. Our findings are that the environment in the Precinct can be conducive to a better quality of entrepreneurship than may be feasible for firms in other settings; that a successful industrial district can be created artificially, with appropriate social relationships evolving afterwards; and that improvements in information and communications technology have undermined some aspects of traditional behaviour in the Precinct, but the essential nature of internal relationships remains intact.
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