Rethinking Irish cluster policy

Rethinking Irish cluster policy ReferencesBorras, S., & Tsagdis, D. (2008). Cluster policies in Europe. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.Boschma, R. (2013). Constructing regional advantage and smart specialization: Comparison of two European policy concepts. [Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography (PEEG), 1322]. Utrecht: Utrecht University, Section of Economic Geography.Breathnach, P. (2001). Industrial clusters and networks in Irish industrial policy [Department of Management Research Seminar Series]. Galway: National University of Ireland, Galway.Brosnan, S., Doyle, E., & O’Connor, S. (2016). From Marshall’s triad to Porter’s diamond: Added value? Competitiveness Review, 26 (5), 500-16.Clancy, P., O’Malley, E., O’Connell, L., & van Egeraat, C. (2001). Industry clusters in Ireland: An application of Porter’s model of national competitive advantage to three sectors. European Planning Studies, 9 (1), 7-28.10.1080/09654310124159Cooke, P. (1996). Enterprise support policies in dynamic European regions. Dublin: National Economic and Social Council.Culliton, J. (1992). A time for change: Industrial policy for the 1990s. Report of the Industrial Policy Review Group. Dublin: The Stationery Office.Curran, D., & van Egeraat, C. (2014). Linking subsidiary evolution and territorial development. Paper presented at the Geography of Innovation Conference, Utrecht, 23-5 January.Delgado, M., Porter, M., & Stern, S. (2016). Defining clusters of related activities. Journal of Economic Geography, 16 (1), 1-38.10.1093/jeg/lbv017Department of Business, Enterprise and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Administration de Gruyter

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ReferencesBorras, S., & Tsagdis, D. (2008). Cluster policies in Europe. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.Boschma, R. (2013). Constructing regional advantage and smart specialization: Comparison of two European policy concepts. [Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography (PEEG), 1322]. Utrecht: Utrecht University, Section of Economic Geography.Breathnach, P. (2001). Industrial clusters and networks in Irish industrial policy [Department of Management Research Seminar Series]. Galway: National University of Ireland, Galway.Brosnan, S., Doyle, E., & O’Connor, S. (2016). From Marshall’s triad to Porter’s diamond: Added value? Competitiveness Review, 26 (5), 500-16.Clancy, P., O’Malley, E., O’Connell, L., & van Egeraat, C. (2001). Industry clusters in Ireland: An application of Porter’s model of national competitive advantage to three sectors. European Planning Studies, 9 (1), 7-28.10.1080/09654310124159Cooke, P. (1996). Enterprise support policies in dynamic European regions. Dublin: National Economic and Social Council.Culliton, J. (1992). A time for change: Industrial policy for the 1990s. Report of the Industrial Policy Review Group. Dublin: The Stationery Office.Curran, D., & van Egeraat, C. (2014). Linking subsidiary evolution and territorial development. Paper presented at the Geography of Innovation Conference, Utrecht, 23-5 January.Delgado, M., Porter, M., & Stern, S. (2016). Defining clusters of related activities. Journal of Economic Geography, 16 (1), 1-38.10.1093/jeg/lbv017Department of Business, Enterprise and

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