Abstract

Clusters are ecosystems where an organization or person may find resources to develop research and innovation activities. The ecosystem composition is based, beside the geographical concentration, also on the diversity of actors, from providers of specialized products or services to governmental and non-governmental entities such as universities, research institutes, specialized agencies, think tanks, respectively training service providers. The current study was conducted to assess the landscape of Romanian clusters dedicated to the development of the health sector and provides a case study regarding the ROHEALTH - Health and Bioeconomy Cluster by analyzing the benefits of being a part of cluster ecosystem from the perspective of research, development and innovation (RDI) projects development.

Keywords

Cluster, Research, Project, Management, Innovation