The Russian cluster landscape is becoming increasingly varied

Since the approval in 2008 of the Long-Term Socio-Economic Development Concept for the Russian Federation through 2020 [Government of the Russian Federation, 2008], which established the basic principles of the cluster policy, more than 110 cluster initiatives1 have emerged, bringing together more than 3,000 organisations and providing about 1.3 million jobs. Over the past ten years, the cluster policy agenda has occupied an important position in the Russian Government’s action plans. Today, half of the cluster initiatives receive various kinds of public support.

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