The Formation of Maritime Tourism (Yachting) Cluster as a Vehicle for Competitiveness Improvement: The Greek Case

@inproceedings{Pardali2018TheFO,
  title={The Formation of Maritime Tourism (Yachting) Cluster as a Vehicle for Competitiveness Improvement: The Greek Case},
  author={Angelliki Pardali and Theodora Giantsi},
  year={2018}
}
  • Angelliki Pardali, Theodora Giantsi
  • Published 2018
  • Business
  • Cluster is a concept that covers a wide range of various business structures dominated by geographic proximity. According to Porter (1990), industrial clusters are regionally concentrated, inter-linking companies and institutions within a specific field of action. Rosenfeld (1995) considers that these companies create together a comparative advantage benefitting not only themselves but the whole of the host economy. The geographic concentration of companies covered by the cluster is mainly… CONTINUE READING

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