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Research on German Government Cluster Politics: A Focus on inter-linked Policies of the Federal and Provincial Governments
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Research on German Government Cluster Politics: A Focus on inter-linked Policies of the Federal and Provincial Governments
Kim, Jin-Suk;
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 Abstract
The research goal of this paper is to find the cluster policies for the federal and provincial governments through German Cluster Politics. This paper consists of five chapters. In the first chapter the theoretical background for the Cluster is examined. The next chapter details the research method for the federal and state German Cluster Policy study. The results of this paper show that the federal and state German Governments may co-operate or compete in cluster politics. Additionally, this research falls under EU Political Research under the umbrella of the EU. This cluster policy research also provides implications for the Korean Government in the long term.
 Keywords
German Custer;German;cluster politic;German R&D;
 Language
Korean
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