Euroregion’s "mission" and the success of the Lisbon strategy
AbstractThe article presents how Euroregions contribute to the execution of Lisbon Strategy’s objectives to ensure its positive outcomes. As „special” regions, Euroregion are the embodiment of entrepreneurship and they strive to be competitive. Because the Lisbon Strategy emphasised entrepreneurship-based competitiveness, especially the competitiveness of the SME sector, Euroregions, representing “natural entrepreneurship” and a basis for SME development, carried out their “mission” in line with the Lisbon Strategy.
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Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
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Region; cross-border region; Euroregion; entrepreneurship; Lisbon Strategy;
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