[1] Grupul de Economie Aplicată (GEA), , Manual de evaluare a competitivității regionale, București, p. 5. Local economical development principles. Manual de supravie_uire si crestere a firmelor în condi_iile economiei de pia_a, Grupul de Economie Aplicata(GEA- The Applied Economy Group), Manual de . Matematică aplicată în economie: manual de studiu individual by Tatiana Corina Dosescu(Book) 1 edition published in in Romanian and held by 2.

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Although clustering companies is naturally, Romania can encourage cluster development by supporting efforts that emerging group of companies can do to realize the full potential merger.

These poles of competitiveness working in 16 economical sectors. After the study it was identified the existence of three incipient clusters, in Romania.

Basically, the common point which links them are the concepts which occur in these theories, such as: This sector comprises several industries with a mutual enrichment of courses and activities. In aaplicata economic sector there are operating companies that operate exclusively or with a part of production. He offered a definition of competitive agglomeration clusterstaken as a standard option by most of the literature on this topic: The level of economic development research and the systematic study of business in 10 countries with a significant competitive position, and in over industries, Professor Michael Porter brought the debate on how companies manage to compete and contribute in raising living standards in the countries where they are located.

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Remember me on this computer. Development of automotive components sector in the Western Region was conducted by both local specialized societies, and by attracting foreign investors. There are also incipient clusters vertically integrated in the clothing industry Focsani. Indeed, clusters are developing their full palicata when they are able to take full advantage of interdependence econome order to bid on additional activities, creating synergies that could lead to a common ecoonomie of the whole sector and benefiting all participants in the cluster.


Overall, the role of government is to be the facilitator and participant in public- private partnerships. It is assumed that after the initial phase in which the predominant forces are centralized, centralization poles will lead behind them, the rest of the region or even the entire economy.

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Click here to sign up. Moreover, the cluster can often not be the answer to increasing the competitiveness of a region, source may come from elsewhere. One of the policies is focused on aplidata at the European Union level clusters in the high competitiveness alicata. Clusterization risks arise from the very basic principles of the clusters specialization. This area represented by example by Timis County, in the future may host more than one cluster in areas like textiles, shoes, software.

Clusters comprise a group of closely related industries and other entities important in terms of competition. A Harvard Business Review Book, p.

In the three countries there are two types of cluster support schemes: Clusters affect competitive advantage on three major directions: Product life cycle theory is developed by Raymond Vernonwhich started its work on links between the expenses incurred by the firm for long-term research and development and its possibilities of winning according to phases or steps that can browse a product from its launch on the market, until the end of its production.

The solution of the problem is the one that minimizes total transportation costs, in a graphical approach being determined by circles curves centred on the sources supply costs and markets shippingwhich are composed of points representing the same level of costs. The specific actions that can be undertaken by the government: Once resources are exhausted and the work force revolts, industries relocate themselves. Thus, a possible cluster was located in the ceramics industry in Alba County and another one in the software production in Bucharest.

Between cluster members there must be mutual trust, and they must share the same objectives and priorities so as to be able to reach an overall coordination in a multi-level context. However, innovation is stimulated by facilitating market testing or by new products marketing. In Sweden, The European Cluster Observatory has noted the existence of Swedish clusters, already highlighting one of their weaknesses, namely excessive fragmentation.


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They are rooted in the existence of specialized suppliers for certain goods, services which are shared by many other companies in that areain the existence of a local market labour which facilitates the transfer of workers from one firm to another as some of aplixata to increase productionof the diffusion of information and innovation.

Location theory justifies its importance: In Timis county it was identified a strong cluster in automotive, in the AutomotiVest company. It is known that technology and innovation do not develop in isolated organizations, but in open environments, where there is interaction between competent individuals of different organizations.

During the project aimed to conduct an analysis of existing potential of clusters in the partner countries in Central and Eastern Europe and then to assist these countries in developing the cluster, using the experience and know – how from Italy and Austria.

We shall also present the initiatives of cluster type between the European states, successful clusters, with a possible multiplication effect. He sustains its view by explaining the differences in levels of development and knowledge of existing and identified agglomerations.

Industrial or commercial specialization, diversification, innovation and improving quality and interrelationship between companies operating in a region, or their complementary characteristics, are traits that distinguish a pure agglomeration from an industrial cluster.

Opportunities to structure industrial clusters exist in other geographical areas of Romania.