Governmental control of the formation efficiency of educational clusters at the regional level

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Studying the cluster institutionalization processes in the modern practices of the social development allows determining the formation trends of an efficient governmental control system at the subfederal level. The efficiency parameters suggested by the author for the cluster policy implementation for the governmental control purposes, such as density, integrity, complementarity and institutional sphere conductivity will allow controlling the development efficiency of the educational clusters in the modern reality. The research shows that the formation of the governmental control mechanisms and instruments is based on a general study of the institutional aspects of the cluster policy. It has been determined that the main driving force and the main actor of the modernization processes at the regional level is the scientific community. The educational clusters have their potential both for generating fundamental and applied knowledge and for managing innovation projects. Education is a mobile self-organizing system, with its intellectual resources acting as a strategic resource of modernization for the regions of Russia.

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Larionova, N. I., Yalyalieva, T. V., Napolskikh, D. L., & Shebashev, V. E. (2014). Governmental control of the formation efficiency of educational clusters at the regional level. American Journal of Applied Sciences, 11(10), 1761–1765. https://doi.org/10.3844/ofsp.9489

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