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Industrial cluster formation in European regions. U.S. cluster templates and Austrian evidence

Edward Bergman () and Patrick Lehner

No 65, SRE-Discussion Papers from WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

Abstract: The paper will be organized in the following manner. We first provide a concise review of how industrial trade clusters were developed from available I/O coefficients (see box), including how regional industrial data may be embedded within their "templates". Second, we will review the steps taken, using available industrial concordances, that permit regional data from other advanced national industrial systems to be embedded within these templates. Third, we will illustrate the results of applying the U.S. template for the motor vehicle industrial trade cluster to regions in both Austria and North Carolina over 5-10 year time periods. Finally, we will offer some speculative observations about what the results may indicate about regional cluster development in these two regions. (authors' abstract, ed. M.Putz)

Keywords: Österreich; Industrieansiedlung; Industriebetrieb; Unternehmenskooperation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1998
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