This book series on research in international human resource management and strategy is designed to stimulate discussions on current developments in these disciplines. The scope of this series reflects the importance of the fields of strategy and human resource management in the international environment of a globalised world. Both fields have the potential to contribute essentially to the description and explanation of competitive advantage realisation, performance issues and to achieving other corporate goals and objectives. Therefore, these areas need attention in research as well as in practice. This series will focus on the latest research results in this field. This volume consists of a series of research articles divided into two sections. Part 1 examines the policy dimensions of clusters across Europe, Australia and the Middle East. Part 2 examines the strategy and management dimension of clusters. This book expands upon and develops the research around cluster development in a number of ways. First, the countries included in the research cover different regions in the world. Second, we have included several conceptual papers that provide interesting theoretical insights into the role of resources, cluster-specific knowledge and social exchange in clusters. Third, we have included several policy papers around the development of cluster policies and the operation of clusters. Fourth, we have included case studies that examine clusters in different national, industry and policy contexts. There are areas of cross over and complementarities in the research presented; as such the book provides an interlinked reflection of the scope and focus of contemporary research on clusters. Professor Kerry Brown is Mulpha Chair in Tourism Asset Management and professor at the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, Australia. / Professor John Burgess is professor of Human Resource Management at Curtin Business School, Curtin University, Australia. / Prof. Dr. Marion Festing is professor of Human Resource Management and Intercultural Leadership at ESCP Europe, Campus Berlin, Germany. / Prof. Dr. Susanne Royer is professor of Strategic and International Management at the University of Flensburg, Germany as well as adjunct professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.Timo Runge 12.1 Introduction The interest in clusters can be explained by their economic relevance. ... E. Porter, clusters have become frequently used and cited , especially in connection with the positive effect on regional economic promotion anbsp;...
|Title||:||Resources and Competitive Advantage in Clusters|
|Author||:||Kerry Brown, John Burgess, Marion Festing, Susanne Royer|
|Publisher||:||Rainer Hampp Verlag - 2013|