Business Clusters in China: from a Distinctive Perspective

  •  Zhaochen Han    


There has been an increasing research interest in business clusters since regional clusters are found in every advanced economy and increasing in low-income economies. The existing literate tends to focus on studying China’s cluster from a universal perspective. The distinctive perspective lacks of exploration. This perspective can be identified from five attributes of China’s reality after open door policy. Such attributes determinates a domestic fragmentation of cluster distribution in China.

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