Cluster-mapping in China: the Empirical Evidence

Zhenming Sun

Abstract


A clear and precise exercise of cluster mapping may be viewed as the prerequisite for cluster identification and then for policy intervention designed to promote cluster development. In practice, there is no existing cluster mapping exercise widely accepted. However, there is no reason for stopping the endeavors to promote and standardize cluster mapping practice. This paper focuses on the review of cluster mapping exercises in China.

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