• А. Ф. Гойко
  • Т. Ю. Цифра


The article examines the issue of strengthening the competitiveness of Ukrainian regions, where the leading role belongs to clusters that create the basis for the innovative development of territories. Aspects, conditions and stages of implementation of the mechanism of balanced development of the region as a result of the creation of clusters are considered. At the same time, the main attention is paid to their innovative orientation as the main factor in increasing the competitiveness of the regional and national economy. The important role of the state and regional governing bodies in the formation of an effective cluster policy is especially emphasized. It is emphasized that the framework of regional strategies must be taken into account when forming clusters and planning their development. The positive consequences of the creation of clusters and their influence on the economic development and competitiveness of the regions are disclosed. Argued examples of the creation of clusters in many countries of the world, as the basis of the most successful economies, are given. It is noted that the clustering process should be carried out in accordance with the existing potential of the region, in particular, economic, socio-economic, market, personnel, labor, production, resource, financial and other types.
Factors restraining the development of clusters and the main aspects of creating clusters are highlighted, namely: theoretical; organizational and legal; informative; socio-economic. A diagram of the implementation of the cluster approach in a certain sequence of actions, presented on the diagram in the form of stages of performing specific works and achieving the corresponding results, is presented

How to Cite
ГОЙКО, А. Ф.; ЦИФРА, Т. Ю.. NNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REGION BASED ON THE CLUSTER APPROACH. Building production, [S.l.], n. 75, p. 54-59, apr. 2024. ISSN 2524-2555. Available at: <https://ndibv-building.com.ua/index.php/Building/article/view/443>. Date accessed: 18 july 2024. doi: https://doi.org/10.36750/2524-2555.75.54-59.