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Record number 389005
Title Value added of Cluster Membership for Micro Enterprises of the Handloom Sector in Ethiopia
Author(s) Ali, M.A.; Peerlings, J.H.M.
Source In: International Conference of Agricultural Economists "The New Landscape of Global Agriculture", Beijing, China, 16 - 22 August, 2009. - Beijing : International Association of Agricultural Economists - p. 49922 - 49922.
Event Beijing : International Association of Agricultural Economists The New Landscape of Global Agriculture; the XXVIIth International Conference of the IAAE, Beijing, China, 2009-08-16/2009-08-22
Department(s) Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy
MGS
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2009
Abstract By contrasting the performance of clustered micro enterprises with that of dispersed ones in the handloom sector in Ethiopia, this study shows that clustering significantly increases profit. To correct for selection bias, we match clustered and dispersed micro enterprises that share similar observable characteristics except for being clustered both in urban and rural areas. Results show that clustering is more profitable in urban than rural areas. It is also found that regional specific factors determining clustering of micro enterprises are different in urban and rural areas, highlighting the need to focus on local circumstances when formulating policies to promote clusters.
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