2 edition of Regional competitiveness & state of the regions found in the catalog.
Regional competitiveness & state of the regions
|Statement||compiled by Mukund Lad.|
|Contributions||Stillwell, Darren., White, Philip., Great Britain. Dept. of Trade and Industry., Great Britain. Office for National Statistics.|
|LC Classifications||HF1414 .R445 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||2006494347|
Our regional economic competitiveness strategy was built around a comparative analysis of our job‑growth performance and the practices of the most successful regions. Our goal is to accelerate the pace of job creation by 50 percent and ultimately outperform the nation. Our analysis suggests we can do that by focusing on a few critical areas. The regional policy of the European Union, also referred as Cohesion Policy, is a policy with the stated aim of improving the economic well-being of regions in the European Union and also to avoid regional disparities. More than one third of the EU's budget is devoted to this policy, which aims to remove economic, social and territorial disparities across the EU, restructure declining industrial areas and .
Competitiveness in Regional Development Business Sophistication Innovation Source: The Global Competitiveness Report, – Figure 1. The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) Each of these pillars allows evaluating a region’s performance in relation with all other regions. Competitiveness of States & Regions. Prosperity levels vary dramatically within nations, states and cities. Our research shows that most of the critical drivers of competitiveness are regional—meaning such disparities can’t be addressed by macroeconomic policies alone.
FACTA UNIVERSITATIS Series: Economics and Organization Vol. 5, No 2, , pp. - STRATEGY OF INCREASING REGIONS COMPETITIVENESS BY MEANS OF FREE ECONOMIC ZONE (FEZ) UDC Biljana Predić1, Sergej Kuprijanov2, Svetlana Shevtsova2 1Faculty of Economic, University of Niš, Niš, Serbia 2Belgorod State Technological University named after . The aim of this paper is to assess the competitiveness of regions in the EU, identify and classify factors influencing the regional competitiveness. This paper was financially supported by the project GA4/ – “The Competitiveness of regions in the Czech Republic and the EU” () – GA CR. 1.
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This important book considers the factors that influence and shape the competitive performance of regions. This is not just an issue of academic interest and debate, but also of increasing policy deliberation and action.
However, as the readings in this book make clear, the very idea of regional competitiveness is itself complex and : Paperback. Regional Competitiveness Book Description Table of Contents There is now a wide spread interest in regions as a key focus in the organization and governance of economic growth and wealth creation.
This important book considers the factors that influence and shape the competitive performance of regions. The aim of this Handbook is to take stock of regional competitiveness and complementary concepts as a means of presenting a state-of-the-art discussion of the advanced theories, perspectives and empirical explanations that help make sense of the determinants of uneven development across by: 2.
The aim of this Handbook is to take stock of regional competitiveness and complementary concepts as a means of presenting a state-of-the-art discussion of the contemporary theories, perspectives and empirical explanations that help make sense of the determinants of uneven development across regions.
This important book considers the factors that influence and shape the competitive performance of regions. This is not just an issue of academic interest and debate, but also of increasing policy deliberation and action. However, as the readings in this book make clear, the very idea of regional competitiveness is itself complex and contentious.
x Handbook of regions and competitiveness Andrés Rodríguez-Pose is professor of economic geography at the London school of economics and political science, Uk and president of the Regional science association international. Lucía Sáez is an assistant professor at the University of the basque Country (Upv/ eHU), spain.
Factors of regional competitiveness. Regional Competitiveness and State of the Regions MayURN. This book points the way out of a dilemma created by recent industrial theory and.
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The Regional Competitiveness Index (RCI) has been measuring the major factors of competitiveness over the past ten years for all the NUTS-2 level regions across the European Union. The Index measures with more than 70 comparable indicators the ability of a region to offer an attractive and sustainable environment for firms and residents to live and work.
The European Regional Competitiveness Index (RCI) was set up as a tool to assist European Union (EU) regions in setting the priorities to increase their competitiveness by measuring the strong and weak points in terms of territorial competitiveness for each of the EU regions.
The index builds on the Global Competitiveness Index methodology developed by the World Economic by: 5. Resilient Regions: Re-‘place'ing Regional Competitiveness Article (PDF Available) in Cambridge Journal of Regions Economy and Society 3(1) January with Reads. The existence and persistence of regional disparities between European regions require context-tailored policies to promote structural change.
This book explores the congruence between place-based development and regional competitiveness in the EU context. Drawing on a range of social science. The EU Regional Competitiveness Index The new edition of the Regional Competitiveness Index (RCI) shows the continuing strength of the capital regions and other regions with metropolitan areas.
In the northwest of the EU, these competitive regions generate substantially spatial spillovers, improving the competitiveness of the neighbouring regions. Increasingly, the concept of competitiveness is extended to the regional level. A competitive region is one that can attract and maintain successful firms and maintain or increase standards of living for the region’s inhabitants.
Skilled labour and investment gravitate away from “uncompetitive” regions towards more competitive ones.
competitiveness and gives the pyramidal model serving the improvement of regional competitiveness. Based on this model it also outlines the development ideas, so called ‘UFO model’, aiming to improve the competitiveness of regions with different development levels.
Keywords: interregional competition, regional competitiveness, cluster-based. Indicators and measurement of regional disparities and economic competitiveness of regions We particularly deal with competitiveness at the level of single regions because it is convenient to actively influence the size of regional disparities.
Primarily, it is necessary to attend to the measurement of regional disparities. regions and cities, with identifying the key determi-nants of regional and urban competitiveness, and with devising policies to promote and foster those determi-nants. In the UK, for example, the improvement of regional and urban competitiveness has moved to.
to support more strategic partnerships and align investment decisions to support regional economic competitiveness. The Twin Cities region is known for its regional governance and collaboration on a range of issues including transportation, revenue sharing and waste water infrastructure.
The region is also home to more Fortune companies per. Regional competitiveness shows a region’s ability to generate revenue and sustain its employment level both in national and international competition.
The competitiveness of the Czech Republic and its regions is essentially a function of the following: a) The competitiveness of the economy (the competitiveness of the entrepreneurial. The Global Competitiveness of Regions (Regions and Cities) Pdf, Download Ebookee Alternative Working Tips For A Best Ebook Reading Experience.
FORUM STATE OF THE REGION REPORT As in previous years, we are pleased to present the BDF State of the Region Report. It will serve as basis for the discussions on the economic performance and wellbeing of the Baltic Sea Region at the 18th Baltic Development Forum Summit under the heading ‘Exploring Potential’.The competitiveness of regions generally refers to the presence of conditions that both enable firms to compete in their cho-sen markets and for the value these firms generate to be captured within a particular region (Begg, ; Huggins, ).The objects of the study are regions of the Siberian Federal District, in the first place, Kemerovo oblast.
It is proved that the most important condition for the assessment of factors participating in the formation of regional competitiveness is the selection of competitively significant indices.