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Świadek Arkadiusz (Uniwersytet Zielonogórski)
Klaster jako specyficzna forma systemu przemysłowego
The Cluster as a Specific Form of Industrial System
Organizacja i Kierowanie, 2011, nr 4, s. 37-49, tab., rys., bibliogr. 40 poz.
Organization and Management
Słowa kluczowe
Innowacje, Przemysł, Klastry
Innovations, Industry, Business cluster
streszcz., summ.
Dorobek współczesnych noblistów nawiązuje i wyjaśnia częściowo naturę fenomenu, jakim są klastry. Z jednej strony obserwacje na forum różnych agend rządowych czy samorządowych w Polsce pokazują, że ulegamy modzie klastrów, z drugiej zaś żywe są nadal teoretyczne dyskusje nad istotą, zakresem, formą i relacjami z innymi strukturami czy systemami tego terytorialnego zbliżenia przestrzennego przedsiębiorstw. Celem pracy jest wskazanie aktualnego dorobku teoretycznego z obszaru klastrów, uporządkowanie wybranych pojęć wraz ze wskazaniem na ograniczenia i niebezpieczeństwa wynikające z często bezkrytycznego podchodzenia do omawianego zjawiska.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The achievements of today Nobel laureates, refers partly explains the nature of the phenomenon of clusters. On one hand, observations in the national and local governments in Poland show that we give up to cluster's fashion, while on the other theoretical discussions is still alive on the essence, scope, form and relationship with other structures or systems of enterprises' spatial approximation. The aim of the study is an indication of the current theoretical achievements in the area of clusters, some concepts of arrangement, with an indication of the limitations and risks arising from the often uncritical approach to the explained phenomenon. (original abstract)
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