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Cluster policies in Europe: firms, institutions and governance

Tsagdis, Dimitrios; Borrás, S

Authors

Dimitrios Tsagdis

S Borrás



Abstract

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

Book Type Authored Book
Journal Book reports From: Kybernetes
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
Book Title Cluster policies in Europe: firms, institutions and governance
ISBN 978-1-84542-758-0
APA6 Citation Tsagdis, D., & Borrás, S. Cluster policies in Europe: firms, institutions and governance. The University of Hull
Keywords REF 2014 submission

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