Review of international research in the area of cluster formation and evaluation of effects for the participating enterprises

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undergraduate
Russia, National Research University Higher School of Economics, St.Peterburg
annakalishenko@gmail.com


Russia, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
povareshhenkova@yandex.ru


Russia, National Research University Higher School of Economics, St.Peterburg
katya-stepanova1996@yandex.ru

Abstract

The aim is to compile information on applied in the world's scientific practice methods for assessing the role of the fact that the presence of a cluster for the enterprise. The authors have identified two basic theory of the formation of clusters, describing various mechanisms by which businesses, government and business structures, as well as representatives of science are combined into a production cluster. The article presents the typology and the main features of the cluster. The review of foreign studies to assess effects for companies - participants of the cluster.

Keywords

cluster, territorial clusters theory of M. Porter, innovation clusters, clustering

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This article was prepared with the support of the Russian Federal Property Fund. Grant 20 16-06-00566\16

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Kalishenko Anna Leonidovna , Povareshhenkova Ekaterina Valer'evna , Stepanova Ekaterina Sergeevna
Review of international research in the area of cluster formation and evaluation of effects for the participating enterprises// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #12 (72). Art. # 7207. Date issued: . Available at: https://sovman.ru/en/article/7207/

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