The Primary Sector Cluster of Wałbrzych - Enterprise and Innovation for Walbrzych Agglomeration

Anna Czapska


World practices justify companies' actions in clusters, due to their mutual network connections and direct cooperation with science, education and administration institutions. Such enterprises become more competitive and are successful when cluster development influences not only companies' progress but also the whole regions in which they are located. They allow regional development potential to be used in a more efficient way and to attract external investors. The article deals with the problem concerning the meaning of clusters, based on the example of the primary sector cluster of Walbrzych, used for developing enterprises and innovations of Walbrzych agglomeration. The presented theoretical issues concerning indicators of regional development and clusters, 'Europe 2020' strategy and town twinning, indicate the importance of effective cooperation among: business, science and public administration.
Author Anna Czapska (EMaT)
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- Faculty of Economics, Management and Tourism
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Nijkamp Pater, Kourtit Karima, Buček Milan, Hudec Oto (eds.): 5th Central European Conference in Regional Science Conference Proceedings, 2015, Technical University of Košice, ISBN 978-80-553-2015-1, 1226 p.
Keywords in Englishagglomeration, cluster, enterprises, innovation, town twinning, "Europe 2020"strategy
Languageen angielski
Score (nominal)15
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Ministerial score (2013-2016) = 15.0, 02-06-2020, BookChapterMatConfByConferenceseries
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