MACROECONOMIC DIMENSIONS IN THE CLUSTERIZATION PROCESSES: LITHUANIAN BIOMASS CLUSTER CASE

VALENTINAS NAVICKAS, MANTAS SVAZAS

Abstract


Future production systems increasing significance will impose work, which maintains not competitive, but collaboration basis, when concentrated resources and expertises, which can help to reach the general purpose. One of mid-organization business collaboration forms is work in clusters. Clusterization as phenomenon is known fairly early, but it’s offering benefit simply researches in micro and meso levels. Clusterization process evaluation in macroeconomic dimensions have comparatively little investigating. Thereby in this article clusterization processes is analysed concentrating attention to macroeconomic factor researches. The author analyses clusterization influence on country’s macroeconomic growth; applies structure research methodology for clusterization macroeconomic influence evaluation and proposes clusterization processes benefit to macroeconomic analysis. Author’s accomplished researches show, that clusterization allows achieving large positive slip in macroeconomic, which proves high value added to creation, faster country economic growth and social situation amelioration. 


Keywords


clusterization, macroeconomic strategies, cost–benefit analysis, biomass cluster

JEL Codes


B22, M21, O11

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/saeb-2017-0003

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