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Cluster Policies In Europe
Firms, Institutions, and Governance

Susana Borrás, Professor in Innovation and Governance, International Centre for Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark and CIRCLE, Centre for Innovation, Research and Competence in the Learning Economy, Lund University, Sweden and Dimitrios Tsagdis, Lecturer in International Business and Research Methods, Hull University Business School, UK
2008 304 pp Hardback 978 1 84542 758 0 £69.95 on-line discount £55.96

‘In the era of globalization, governance has become multi-level, from supra-national bodies down to local organizations. This important book suggests that to promote cluster development effectively, multi-level governance often requires an interaction between top-down and bottom-up policies. Or at least, more adaptable coordination between levels facilitates the fruitful co-evolution of policy at different governance levels, with firm learning in clusters. It warrants attention from those interested in global governance structures, as well as the dynamics of clusters.’
– John Cantwell, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Newark, US and University of Reading, UK

Contents: Foreword by Phil Cooke 1. Cluster Policies in Europe: Governance and Learning 2. Methodology 3. Cluster Policy in Germany 4. Cluster Policy in the United Kingdom 5. Cluster Policy in Italy 6. Cluster Policy in Slovenia 7. Cluster Policy in the Czech Republic 8. Cluster Policy in Romania 9. Comparative Findings and Conclusions References Index






 
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