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• The importance of cluster policy at a regional and national level is highly correlated, i.e. the countries that consider cluster policy to be of importance at a national level also state that it is important at a regional …. "In ihrem Vorwort zum Sammelband "The Economics of Regional Clusters: Networks, Technology and Policy" stellen die Herausgeber die Beschäftigung mit dem Gegenstand "regionales Cluster" in den. Clusters and the new economics of competition, Regional networks and the resurgence of Silicon Valley, (1997). Regional systems of innovation in Europe and the globalisation of technology,.