Cluster policy in Poland

Marcin Haberla


Nowadays clusters have become an indispensable part of the modern, innovative economies, and their importance for the country's competitiveness and innovation is growing. Clusters for proper development n eed an effective and consistent policy, that would provide them with a good conditions and growth possibilities. It is also true in the case of Poland. The Polish cluster policy largely involves stimulating cooperation between the economy and the world of science. Often it is treated as an element of innovation policy, although it should be remembered that the examples of clusters can be found in sectors with a high degree of technological advancement, and also in traditional ones. The tools for their imple mentation include creating conditions for the creation and development of businesses, joining these companies in clusters, and enabling them to commercialize new knowledge. The main objective of the paper is the indication of the evolution of approaches to wards cluster policy in Poland, along with the presentation of directions of its further development.
Author Marcin Haberla (ES / IM / DMR)
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- Department of Marketing Research
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Book Loster Tomas, Pavelka Tomas (eds.): The 11th International Days of Statistics and Economics. Conference Proceedings, 2017, MELANDRIUM, ISBN 9788087990124, 1922 p.
Keywords in Englishcluster, cluster policy, innovation
Languageen angielski
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