Knowledge Cluster


According to Arboníes and Mosso [11] , a structure to acquire and disseminate knowledge. Structure of co-operation that including all actors of the innovation system in a country or region. These authors describe it as a network of universities, business schools, management consultants, and other service providers including agencies, public bodies promoting economic development and, lastly, companies and their associations. They suggest that the rationale behind such a heterogeneous range of members is one of the key points and distinctive features of the knowledge cluster.

[11] Arboníes, A. y Mosso, M. (2003), “Basque Country: The Knowledge Cluster”, Journal of Knowledge Management, Vol.6, No.4.