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clusters, mesoeconomics, mesoeconomic system, regional development
Development of International Clusters in the Baltic Sea Region
This article offers a comprehensive definition of international, cross-border, and transnational clusters. The author presents a classification of international clusters of the Baltic Sea states, and identifies cross-border and transnational clusters. The paper considers the features of international clusters in the Baltic Sea region, as well as ...
Cluster policy as a mechanism to increase regional competitiveness
Today, cluster policy is the most efficient tool to improve the competitiveness of territory economies. International practice offers a wide range of cluster policies. This article discusses different approaches to classification of cluster policies and emphasizes the advantages of cluster policy for achieving regional strategic goals.
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Equivocality in Delineating the Borders of a Cluster: The Baltic’s Case
.... Committed to economic clustering and glocal cluster interactions beyond national borders, the Baltics are an ideal case study for testing our model. Latvia’s mature IT-cluster is an important national growth point. Regional and industry-specific policies should consider the differences between the cluster’s geographical and non-geographical boundaries.
Mikhaylov A. S., Mikhaylova A. A.
cluster policy, territorial cluster, cluster initiative, cross-border cooperation, territorial cohesion, Baltic States, cluster boundary
When and why regional clusters become basic building blocks of modern economy
... industrial landscape. Further, we explain how the innovation capacity of clusters is affected by network synergy effects arising from the triple-helix pattern of collaboration among their participants. Finally, we draw conclusions regarding national cluster supporting policies, including those applied in modern Russia.
Smorodinskaya N. V., Katukov D. D.
innovation clusters, cluster initiatives, collaboration, innovation ecosystems, triple helix model, complex adaptive systems, global value chains
Geography of international clusters in the Baltic region
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The potential for expanding inter-cluster cooperation between the ship-building industries of Estonia, Finland, and North-West Russia
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Clusters in the system of economic and innovation development of agriculture in the Rostov Region and the Krasnodar Region
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Transboundary Clusters in the Coastal Zones of the European Part of Russia: Inventory, Typology, Factors, and Prospects
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The Institutional Architecture of Territorial Innovative Systems: Towards a Spatially Targeted Regional Policy
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Key Directions of Sectoral and Spatial Changes in the Russian Industry
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Platform Markets: Their Place in the Theory of Mesoeconomic System: Development and a Challenge to Spatial Studies
... platform markets as institutional and technological systems. Platforms create systems of rules and mechanisms that stimulate agents to adopt, maintain, and improve standards disseminated by the most successful platforms. Similarly to economic zones and clusters, platform markets are two-factor mesoeconomic systems. In this article, I consider the differences between two-factor systems and traditional one-factor groupings (agglomerations, industries, and conglomerates). I present a general theoretical ...
Information metabolism and innovation dynamics in the Rostov agglomeration: the role of the coastal factor and economic clustering
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The dynamics of agricultural land use in the North-West of Russia and the Baltic countries
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Geo-demographic typology of municipalities of the Kaliningrad region
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Mikhaylova А. А.
territorial innovation system, economic development, industrial cluster, innovation process, innovation economy, scientific and technological potential, system life cycle, innovation policy
Supranational Policy of Migrant Integration in the EU
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