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2017 | z. 109 | 25--42
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The Impact of the Networks and Clusters in Cultural and Creative Industries on Regional Innovation Ecosystem - Analysis of the Selected Cases in Europe

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The purpose of the paper is to investigate the impact of local and regional networks and clusters existing in creative industries on regional innovation ecosystems. Real examples of such creative environments shows that they can operate independently of the other regional sectors or can be interconnected with regional sectors. On the basis of the five presented cases, the level of linkages with other sectors was presented. Theoretical background used in the paper is grounded in network approach in strategic management. (original abstract)
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  • Silesian University of Technology, Poland
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