Are Clusters Efficient for the Relation between Milk Production and Value Added Per Capita in Regional Level? An Empirical Assessment
Doruk, Omer Tugsal
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Clustering can occur in a region, sector and even in a country. Clustering is a new regional development model in which activities are concentrated on the region to establishment of sector specific networks and continue to their strength. This study examines the clustering status of dairy producers in Turkey region and operating in the same sector. And this study reviews the milk producers located in highlights the clustering characteristics of the sector and establishes the factors having an effect on the gross value added. The obtained results clearly confirm that there is a clustering effect for regional development in terms of value added per capita in Turkey.