Kümelenme Modeli ve Politikaları Çerçevesinde Bilgi Yapılanması ve Rekabet İlişkisi

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DENİZ M., Haykır Hobikoğlu E.

International Conference on Eurosian Economies/ Uluslararası Avrasya Ekonomileri Konfereansı 2011, Bişkek, Kyrgyzstan, 12 - 14 October 2011, pp.232-237

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • City: Bişkek
  • Country: Kyrgyzstan
  • Page Numbers: pp.232-237
  • Istanbul University Affiliated: Yes


Generally cluster aims to make all firms and corporates which belong to the same logistic chain to be professional about a specific area. Today Cluster Model which Michel Porter explain with the theory of Diamond is one of the main tools to be successful in international competition. Specifically cluster makes easier for corporates to be infront of their rivals by increasing efficiency, using advantages of geographical closeness and also with high specialization and providing important opportunities for high value-added products. Cluster policies have provided more efficient areas by means of highly competent regions for their firms. In this study, we have searched and analized the pre-requisite conditions for clusters and reasons behind them, the relationship between competition-venue and between innovation and clusters, also important actors in the process of cluster development. We have also explained the theorathical framework behind the concept of cluster and focus on the efficiency of clustering policies. In this framework, we try to put optimum sampes of cluster policies both in Turkey and the globe. Under the global competition and within the era of research and knowledge, it is so crucial for firms to pay attention for importance of clusters and their role in benefiting form advantages of cluster policies. As a result, we can say that nation states today need to develop a multi-dimensional and mutual-influential national cluster policies in order to provide more appropriate manufacturing environment and innovative human capital for their national firms. Our study explains the reasons of this opinion by taking consideration of the realities of countries and some major industries with a number of real specific examples.