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Gorynia Marian, Jankowska Barbara
Tytuł
Wpływ klasterów na konkurencyjność i internacjonalizację przedsiębiorstw
The Influence of Business Clusters on the Competitiveness and Internationalization of Enterprises
Źródło
Gospodarka Narodowa, 2007, nr 7-8, s. 1-18, tabl., rys., bibliogr. 71 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Konkurencyjność, Konkurencyjność przedsiębiorstwa, Internacjonalizacja przedsiębiorstw, Strategia konkurencji, Regulacja ekonomiczna
Competitiveness, Enterprise competitiveness, Enterprise internationalization, Competition strategy, Economic regulations
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
Dyskusja przeprowadzona w niniejszym artykule pozwoliła ustalić, że klastery, które należy traktować jako specyficzny sposób regulacji występujący w gospodarkach rynkowych, gdyż łączą one 2,e sobą kooperację i rywalizację, mogą oddziaływać na konkurencyjność oraz internacjonalizację tworzących je przedsiębiorstw. Poprawa konkurencyjności uczestników klastera ujawnia się przede wszystkim w obszarze potencjału konkurencyjnego oraz strategii konkurencyjnej. Pozycja konkurencyjna uczestników klastera doświadcza pośredniego oddziaływania. Trudno natomiast ustali«:, czy poprawa konkurencyjności dzięki uczestnictwu w klasterze implikuje wzrost zaangażowania firmy w sferę biznesu międzynarodowego czy może wyższy poziom internacjonalizacji prowadzi do wzmocnienia konkurencyjności. Jedno, co można stwierdzić, to fakt, że funkcjonowanie w klasterze oddziałuje zarówno na konkurencyjność, jak i na internacjonalizację firmy, a te znów wpływają na siebie.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The paper shows how business clusters promote cooperation among companies and how they contribute to the competitiveness and internationalization of enterprises. The authors prove that a business cluster improves the competitiveness of member companies primarily by adding to their competitive potential and boosting their competition strategies. At the same time, the cluster has only an indirect effect on the competitive position of these businesses, the authors say. The relationship between competitiveness and internationalization is unclear. It is difficult to determine on the basis of available data if greater competitiveness resulting from a company's participation in a business cluster leads to this company's greater involvement in international business. It may well be, the authors say, that the relationship goes the other way: greater internationalization leads to increased competitiveness. (original abstract)
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