“Analysis of the Development of Industrial Symbiosis in Emerging and Frontier Market Countries: Barriers and Drivers” is a recent publication that aims to identify and analyze the IS (Industrial Symbiosis) studies carried out in emerging and frontier market countries as these have been reported in the current research literature.
This paper is the first to examine the development of IS in such countries and establishes a baseline upon which studies, research, regulations, strategies and policies can be defined to develop these economies, based on the industrial sectors. By doing so, it helps address IS research in emerging and frontier markets and provides insight into the determinants of IS implementation by firms located in countries where capital markets, regulatory systems and enforcement mechanisms are incipient and developing. What is more, this research explores how actors operating in developing institutional environments can pursue IS practices besides the existing knowledge gap.
To check out the publication in detail, click here.