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КЛАСТЕРЫ И ЦИРКУЛЯРНАЯ ЭКОНОМИКА: УСТАНАВЛИВАЯ ВЗАИМОСВЯЗИ

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Том 16 (номер 4),

Кластеры чаще рассматриваются не только как одно из средств достижения конкурентного преимущества малыми и средними предприятиями (МСП) посредством кластеризации, но и как связующее звено, позволяющее сосредоточиться на проблемах ресурсоэффективности и налаживать циркулярные цепочки создания ценности. Сегодня изменение климата – в числе приоритетных проблем, что актуализирует дискуссию вокруг эффективности использования ресурсов. Цель данной статьи – анализ циркулярной экономики и поиск возможностей обеспечения связи между бизнесом и наукой для разработки инновационных технологий и продуктов, которые бы способствовали повышению эффективности использования ресурсов МСП посредством кластеров и кластерных организаций. Для получения представления о понятиях циркулярной экономики, эффективности использования ресурсов, кластеров, а также для выявления фактов, свидетельствующих о том, что кластеры могут способствовать повышению эффективности использования ресурсов и циркулярной экономики субъектами МСП авторами выбран библиометрический метод анализа литературы; для выявления этих связей введены определённые индикаторы. Полученные данные свидетельствуют о том, что принципы циркулярной экономики могут быть обнаружены среди компаний, входящих в кластер, а ресурсоэффективные взаимодействия могут возникнуть в результате тесного сотрудничества, передачи знаний, инновационных решений и конкурентных преимуществ, которые способен обеспечить кластер. Предметом для дальнейших исследований может стать применение соответствующих индикаторов в целях проверки того, как тесное сотрудничество и прочие потенциальные преимущества компаний от участия в кластере могут повлиять на их участие в циркулярной экономике и обеспечение ресурсоэффективности. Эти преимущества могут быть использованы для дальнейшего развития циклических цепочек создания ценности в рамках кластера.


Ключевые слова: кластеры; циркулярная экономика; эффективность использования ресурсов; передача знаний; конкурентоспособность; система индикаторов

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Издатель: Южный Федеральный Университет
Учредитель: Южный федеральный университет
ISSN: 2073-6606