Regional cluster policy: The Asian model vs. the OECD approach

@inproceedings{Pessoa2012RegionalCP,
  title={Regional cluster policy: The Asian model vs. the OECD approach},
  author={Argentino Pessoa},
  year={2012}
}
Nowadays, policy makers in charge of designing innovation policies, especially at the regional level, are more and more looking at the cluster approach either with a view to accelerate the existing clusters or for providing the basis for the emergence of new ones. In fact, not only as a consequence of their appeal as an interactive and territorially embedded vision of innovation but also owing to a lot of other reasons, clusters are usually considered as key instruments for promoting… CONTINUE READING

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