REGIONAL CLUSTERS AS AN OBJECT OF STRATEGIC COORDINATION

Series "Economy": Socio-economic problems of regional development

  • R.А. Galgash Lugansk Branch Institute of Economic and Legal Researches of NAS of Ukraine, Severodonetsk

Abstract

The article examines regional clusters according to the original concept of economic cluster and according to understanding them as objects of strategic coordination. Coordination at enterprise level differs from coordination at regional level by content because the nature of an enterprise as a combination of actors differs from the nature of an economic cluster as a combination of actors.


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Keywords

strategic coordination, cluster, boundary, region, mechanism, management, subordination

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