Edited by Charlie Karlsson
Clusters have increasingly dominated local and regional development policies in recent decades and the growing intellectual and political interest for clusters and clustering is the prime motivation for this Handbook. Charlie Karlsson unites leading experts to present a thorough overview of economic cluster research.
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- Handbook of Research on Cluster Theory
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Agglomeration Economics
- Chapter 3: The Analysis of Location, Colocation and Urbanization Economies
- Chapter 4: The Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship and Spatial Clusters
- Chapter 5: Knowledge-based Clusters: Regional Multiplier Models and the Role of ‘Buzz’ and ‘Pipelines’
- Chapter 6: Clusters Formation from the ‘Bottom-Up’: A Process Perspective
- Chapter 7: Cluster Life-cycles: An Emerging Synthesis
- Chapter 8: Clustering in Space versus Dispersing over Space
- Chapter 9: Industrial Clusters in the Input–Output Economic System
- Chapter 10: Cluster Using Wavelet Transformation
- Chapter 11: Industrial Districts: Theoretical and Empirical Insights
- Chapter 12: Cluster Renewal in Old Industrial Regions: Continuity or Radical Change?
- Chapter 13: The Reciprocal Relationship between Transnationals and Clusters: A Literature Review
- Chapter 14: Diversity and the Case Against Specialized Clusters
- Chapter 15: Clustering in Financial Services
- Chapter 16: Spatial Clustering of Culture
- Chapter 17: Clustering in the Broadcasting Industry
- Chapter 18: Tourism Clusters
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