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State Regulation of Clustering in the Field of Innovative Entrepreneurship: the Possibility of Using Foreign Experience in the Republic of Belarus


UDC 338.001.36

https://doi.org/10.24411/2079-7958-2018-13515

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The relevance of the research topic is determined by the activation of clustering processes in the field of innovative entrepreneurship in many economic systems. The object of the research is the types of innovative enterprises. The subject of the research is clustering as a way of cooperation of innovative entrepreneurship. The aim of the study is to identify the main methods of clustering, their relationship with the types of innovative entrepreneurship, cluster models and methodological approaches to assessing the effectiveness of clustering. As a result of research conclusions about interdependence and interdependence of level of development of innovative business, model of development of a cluster, a method of clustering and an assessment of its efficiency were received. The results of the study can be used in the development of cluster policy in the field of innovative entrepreneurship in the Republic of Belarus.

State Regulation of Clustering in the Field of Innovative Entrepreneurship: the Possibility of Using Foreign Experience in the Republic of Belarus

 
 

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Shamshur, Anastasiya State Regulation of Clustering in the Field of Innovative Entrepreneurship: the Possibility of Using Foreign Experience in the Republic of Belarus / Anastasiya Shamshur // Vestnik of Vitebsk State Technological University. ─ 2018. ─ № 2(35). ─ P. 143. DOI:10.24411/2079-7958-2018-13515

Accepted to publication on december 5, 2018