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The Clusters - One Of The Most Effective Forms Of Tripartite Cooperation

Liudmila Rosca-Sadurschi

from Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova, Centre for Studies in European Integration

Abstract: In the last time there is a trend of specialization of the localities within a region in certain industries through the territorial concentration of the industrial activities, which creates the premises for the formation of natural clusters. These clusters represent an innovative form of regions’ development, where they are created, and of entrepreneurship in this region. But these aren't the only benefit as a result of cluster formation. Because at the base of the cluster is tripartite collaboration between the academic environment and scientific - Local Public Administration - the business environment, this type of entrepreneurial structure can be considered to be the most efficient form of tripartite collaboration with the most effects to multiple recipients.

Keywords: cluster; innovations; regional development; tripartite collaboration. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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