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On Assessing the Efficiency of Intracluster Interaction for Industrial Enterprises

I. M. Stepnov (), J. A. Kovalchuk and E. A. Gorchakova
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I. M. Stepnov: Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
J. A. Kovalchuk: Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University)
E. A. Gorchakova: Union of Innovation and Technology Centers of Russia

Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2019, vol. 30, issue 3, 346-354

Abstract: Abstract The processes of ensuring intracluster interaction are discussed, its forms are presented, and a comparative analysis of various approaches to assessing the effectiveness of integration are carried out. An original model for assessing the effectiveness of intracluster interaction, including a specially developed criterion of the “cluster leverage degree,” is proposed. The applied results of using the model for a high-tech Russian cluster that confirm the effectiveness of intracluster interactions are presented. The possibilities of making management decisions according to the criterion of the “cluster leverage degree” are shown.

Date: 2019
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