New State Economic Policy – Cluster Policy Cluster Policy as the Factor of Innovative Development of Europe
AbstractScenario of long-term economic development presupposes increase of its competitiveness in traditional and new knowledge-intensive sectors, breakthrough in quality improvement of human capital and dynamics of labor productivity, in priority development of high-quality production and transformation of innovative factors into the main source of growth. Solving of these problems will require to create the system of detailed coordination of state, business, science and education on the basis of use of efficient instruments of innovative development, and now the cluster approach plays rather important role among them. Experience of clusterization of the western economy proves success of close territorial cooperation of different agents of industrial chain. Formation of new economy is connected with blurring of lines between countries and formation of network society based on economic clusters.
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