Relations among clusters
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Original versionEuropean Planning Studies, 23(2015)4:828-845 10.1080/09654313.2014.984661
Many papers on economic geography have analysed industrial clusters, but few have addressed the relations among clusters. This paper discusses three types of relations among clusters to better understand why they occur and the roles that human resources, capital, knowledge and markets play in such relations. It provides theoretical ideas, empirical illustrations and suggestions for future research on the relations among clusters in a globalized economy.
This is the authors’ accepted and refereed manuscript to the article