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Transbordering Clusters: European Experience and Opportunities for Ukrainian Companies

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This study focuses on opportunities for Ukrainian companies in transbordering clusters. The study used empirical evidence of EU. The existing definition of clusters that appear in scientific literature are summarized. Based on theoretical sources the features of transborder cluster are allocated. The positive European experience of creating clusters is considered with concrete examples of national and international cluster policy implementation. The clusters positive effect is considered in terms of opportunities for inter-company collaboration, sharing innovation and knowledge and, consequently, achieving firm competitiveness.
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  • The National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Kyiv, Ukraine,
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