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Pietrobelli, C., Barrera, T.O., 2002. Enterprise clusters and industrial districts in Colombia’s fashion sector. European Planning Studies 10, 541–562.
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Sammarra, A., Belussi, F., 2006. Evolution and relocation in fashion-led Italian districts: evidence from two case-studies. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 18, 543–562.
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Scott, A., 2002. A new map of Hollywood: the production and distribution of American motion pictures. Regional Studies 36, 957–975.
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Scott, A.J., 2006a. The Changing Global Geography of Low-Technology, Labor-Intensive Industry: Clothing, Footwear, and Furniture. World Development 34, 1517–1536.
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Smith, A., Pickles, J., Buček, M., Begg, R., Roukova, P., 2008. Reconfiguring “post-socialist” regions: cross-border networks and regional competition in the Slovak and Ukrainian clothing industry. Global Networks 8, 281–307.
Tokatli, N., 2007. Asymmetrical power relations and upgrading among suppliers of global clothing brands: Hugo Boss in Turkey. J Econ Geogr 7, 67–92.
Tokatli, N., 2008. Global sourcing: insights from the global clothing industry—the case of Zara, a fast fashion retailer. J Econ Geogr 8, 21–38.
Vang, J., Chaminade, C., 2007. Cultural Clusters, Global–Local Linkages and Spillovers: Theoretical and Empirical Insights from an Exploratory Study of Toronto’s Film Cluster. Industry and Innovation 14, 401–420.
Wasser, F., 1995. Is Hollywood America? The trans‐nationalization of the American film industry. Critical Studies in Mass Communication 12, 423–437.
Yamamura, E., Sonobe, T., Otsuka, K., 2003. Human capital, cluster formation, and international relocation: the case of the garment industry in Japan, 1968-98. Journal of Economic Geography 3, 37–56.