Competitiveness Of Ukraine In Aspect Of The Eu Integration And Eastern Partnership Convergence
Innovation is a concept that is more and more often used as a solution for increased competitiveness and economic development, either at organizational level or at a national one, but how is it created and what are the factors involved in the cycle education-innovation- economic and social development? This article intents to clarify the above mentioned cycle and provide an insight on what innovation means and what are its components, especially from a macroeconomic point of view. The results show how important innovation and other components like education are for the national and global economic development.
Volume (Year): 11 (2016)
Issue (Month): 3 (December)
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