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Title: Clusters in the institutional economics
Authors: Войнаренко, Михайло Петрович
Voynarenko, M.P.
Keywords: clusters;institutional economic;socio-economic systems;cluster-forming potential;institutional structures
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Time Realities Scientific Group UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
Citation: Voynarenko M. P. Clusters in the institutional economics : monograph / M. P. Voynarenko. – Schweinfurt, Germany : Time Realities Scientific Group UG (haftungsbeschränkt), 2018. – 276 p.
Abstract: The theory of clusters is investigated from the viewpoint of institutional development of socio-economic systems. The role of institutional transformations in the social national economy and their influence on the formation of favorable institutional environment are revealed. The application of institutional tools enabled to consider the cluster-forming potential of regions in a new way as well as to elaborate the cluster mechanism for providing the increased competitiveness of economic structures. The mechanisms of cluster adaptation to the conditions of the formation of the national economy are proposed. The improvement of the institutional environment of interaction between enterprises in the cluster associations and the investigation of prospects for implementing the national policy of the regional cluster development made it possible to work out the algorithms of further clusterisation of Ukraine’s economy. Intended for scholars, government employees, University teachers, postgraduates.
URI: http://elar.khnu.km.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/7868
ISBN: 978-3-9818494-4-8
metadata.dc.type: Книга
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