Investigation of Industrial Rated Clusters in Iran and Other Selected Countries
All countries hope to achieve increasingly developments which grow fast. Nowadays many developed countries are using strategy of industrial clusters development because they influence the competitiveness of industrial clusters in the country as well as beyond national borders and show new ways of thinking about the place of dealing and earning. Industrial clusters influence competition through increasing of productivity based on settlement of companies and providing quick guidelines for development and innovation and encouraging of new business. Industrial cluster is one of new combined methods of various theories such as theory of economic geography, regional economics, national innovation system, transmitting knowledge theories, social capital theories and social networks .Recently this method in Iran attracted many attentions based on industries compatible with mentioned method which attempts to provide a better and competitive market place for the country, region and the world. This paper defines the expression clusters, its types, objectives and benefits and then provides two hypotheses .First hypothesis is that Government has a fundamental role in growth and development of the rated clusters and the other hypothesis is that the more old and strong relations between companies exists the better and stronger industrial clusters they will have .And then this paper investigates the situation of rated clusters in Iran and finally discusses policies of selected countries for development and growth of industrial clusters to be used if it is according to the situation of Iran. Key words: Industrial rated clusters; Small and Medium Industries (SME)
Industrial rated clusters; Small and Medium Industries (SME)
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