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Inštitucionálne modely hospodárskej diplomacie - príklad Nemecka, Rakúska, Švajčiarska a Slovenska

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  • Lucia Kužmová


    (Fakulta aplikovaných jazykov, Ekonomická univerzita v Bratislave)

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    Usporiadanie a inštitucionálna organizácia vládnych rezortov a orgánov, ktoré realizujú hospodársku diplomaciu, je v jednotlivých štátoch rôzna. Napriek tomu existujú niektoré charakteristické vlastnosti, podľa ktorých je možné zatriediť štát do odpovedajúceho modelu. Článok je zameraný na definíciu modelov, poskytuje všeobecný prehľad jednotlivých modelov a ich základných charakteristík. Ako príklad sú uvedené inštitúcie, ktoré sa zúčastňujú na výkone hospodárskej diplomacie Nemecka, Rakúska, Švajčiarska a Slovenska. Jednotlivým krajinám je priradený odpovedajúci model hospodárskej diplomacie. V závere sú rozanalyzované inštitucionálne štruktúry hospodárskej diplomacie týchto krajín s ohľadom na pozitívne a negatívne vlastnosti aplikovaných modelov.

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    Article provided by Ekonomická univerzita, Fakulta medzinárodných vzťahov in its journal Medzinárodné vzťahy (Journal of International Relations).

    Volume (Year): 10 (2012)
    Issue (Month): 4 ()
    Pages: 153-169

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    Handle: RePEc:brv:journl:v:10:y:2012:i:4:p:153-169
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