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Title: Competence view and its implications for clusters analysis in turbulent environment
Authors: Janiszewski, Adam
Affiliation: University of Economics in Katowice
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Janiszewski A. Competence view and its implications for clusters analysis in turbulent environment / Adam Janiszewski // Litteris et Artibus : proceedings of the 6th International youth science forum, November 24–26, 2016, Lviv, Ukraine / Lviv Polytechnic National University. – Lviv : Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House, 2016. – P. 269–270. – Bibliography: 9 titles.
Conference/Event: Litteris et Artibus
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House
Country (code): UA
Place of the edition/event: Lviv
Keywords: clusters
inter-organizational relations
Number of pages: 269-270
Abstract: In the paper Author tries to consider two of main reasons for inter-organizational cooperation and their relation to some specific environment. Clusters are chosen with regard to their accumulated knowledge resources and other unique characteristics which make them so much different when compared to hierarchical structures. To analyze possible impacts of this specific kind of environment on shaping the motives for inter-organizational collaboration Author refers to typology of districts based on selected dimensions which was once created to satisfy a need to resolve much of an ambiguity of existing research on industrial districts. Finally, research proposition is developed.
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Content type: Conference Abstract
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