The research project investigates the institutional and structural dynamics of logistics clusters in selected European regions - with a focus on the comparative analysis of the FrankfurtRhineMain region.
The project examines the cluster profile of the FrankfurtRheinMain region, one of the most vibrant economic agglomerations in Europe, which is driven by major regional clusters in the fields of logistics, information and communication, finance, and consulting. The analytical focus is on in-depth analyses of competitiveness, specialization dynamics and networking patterns of the main regional […]
Clusters often emerge around industry-specific knowledge institutions with a local knowledge edge and high spin-off rates. Frankfurt's House of Logistics and Mobility (HOLM) serves as a case in this empirical study of the cooperation between science and business.
The healthcare industry is one of the largest economic sectors of the city of Wiesbaden, and emerges as an important locational factor. Further opportunities for the growth of the health care cluster may arise from cooperation and specialization.