The Study on the Self-organization Behavior about Enterprises Cluster
It appears to be a new approach of study that adopting the theory of nonlinear self-organization on the study of enterprises cluster. The emergence, development and growth of enterprises cluster can be satisfactorily analyzed in the theory of self-organization. The theory of self-organization originated from system theory is a result of transition from system theory to nonlinear science of complexity, and a theory of study on self-organization phenomena and laws. Dissipative structure theory deeply unearths the birth environment and conditions of self-organization and lays the foundation for the theory of self-organization; and synergetics theory intends to explain the process in which a system evolves from disorderliness to orderliness, which is essentially a process of self-organization inside the system. Synergy is a form and mean of self-organization. As a social system, enterprises cluster is a complex aggregation of multiple factors, themes and relations, has a series of conditions for self-organization, and its evolution is driven by the synergy among all the subsystems inside the system. On the whole, the process of synergetic evolution is normally the development from the evolution of competitive synergy to the evolution of cooperative synergy.Key words: Self-organization; Enterprises Cluster; Dissipativ Structure; The theory of synergetics; mechanism of evolution
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