If You Build It, They Will Come: Industrial Clusters Fuel Economy
The theory of locating similar companies in a centralized place in order to stimulate economic growth works, according to a new study from MIT. The GLMC has been studying and identifying clusters for many years.
This recent from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) shows that clusters of almost all kinds help drive overall economic growth in multiple ways, from job creation and development of intellectual property to the formation of new industries. To read more about this publication, click here.