The book presents different policy perspectives within the debate on the cluster life cycle. Cluster life cycle has been defined as a multi-phase approach (emergence, growth, adaptation, decline or renewal) following the common steps of the product or industry life cycle (Lorenzen, 2005; Martin, Sunley, 2011; Menzel, Fornahl, 2009). Research on cluster evolution has generally adopted a static approach, focusing on the determinants of cluster formation rather than on the evolution of the cluster itself. As a consequence, policies have been usually implemented taking the cluster as a whole concept, thus neglecting the peculiarities of each different phase.

The Life Cycle of Clusters – A Policy Perspective

Burlina
2018

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The book presents different policy perspectives within the debate on the cluster life cycle. Cluster life cycle has been defined as a multi-phase approach (emergence, growth, adaptation, decline or renewal) following the common steps of the product or industry life cycle (Lorenzen, 2005; Martin, Sunley, 2011; Menzel, Fornahl, 2009). Research on cluster evolution has generally adopted a static approach, focusing on the determinants of cluster formation rather than on the evolution of the cluster itself. As a consequence, policies have been usually implemented taking the cluster as a whole concept, thus neglecting the peculiarities of each different phase.
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