La competitividad de las naciones: Bases teóricas en la política económica del siglo XIX
[Competitiveness of Nations: Theoretical basis in the nineteenth century economic policy]
AbstractThe concept of competitiveness is a term widely discussed when defining a range of policy issues. While this concept derives from a more modern interpretation of the process of economic development, general guidelines for achieving the development of an economy already in theoretical guidelines implemented in the nineteenth century by various countries. This paper reviews some concepts from two clear lines: a universalistic view from British authors and particularized vision coming from German, American and Japanese economists.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 37913.
Date of creation: 14 Jun 1998
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competitiveness; economic thought;
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