Устойчивое региональное развитие, инновации и государствeнный потенциал
[Sustainable regional development, innovation and state capacity]
AbstractThe paper sketches the current ecological and economic context of sustainable regional development with focus on the imperative for change to a post carbon economy, the need for innovation within the learning system of public administration and policy challenges for securing system viability.
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Date of creation: 07 Jul 2011
Date of revision: 08 Oct 2011
Sustainable regional development; innovation; state capacity;
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