Inderscience Publishers

Strategic formation of competitive high technology clusters

This research examines the role of four strategic resources in the competitiveness of high technology clusters: highly qualified manpower, technological infrastructure, knowledge resources (patents and intellectual protection) and capital. More specifically, the research compares the competitiveness of three clusters of the Canadian biotechnology industry: healthcare, agribusiness and environment, and highlights significant differences in the role played by these four strategic resources.

Keywords: competitive strategies, industrial clusters, high technology

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