The Analysis Of Global Competitiveness During 2011 - 2013
The increasing competitiveness has become in recent years an important coordinate of the socio-economic development strategies in most countries of the world, especially in the most developed ones, of the sectoral development strategies within the national economies, as well as of the business strategies. This paper presents an analysis of the competitiveness indices of several countries, including Romania and it is based on data provided by "The World Competitiveness Yearbook 2012-2013". "The World Competitiveness Yearbook" represents an analysis of the competitiveness of 60 economies using 333 criteria, published continuously since 1989. The 2013 edition shows competitiveness of national/regional economies based on 2012 data. The International Institute for Management Development uses over 300 criteria in determining competitiveness and they refer to economy, authorities’ efficiency, business efficiency, and infrastructure.
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