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Kvantitatív leszakadás, kvalitatív felzárkózás?. A hazai regionális innovációpolitika kihívásai
[Quantitative lag, qualitative catch-up?. The challenges for this countrys regional innovation policy]

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  • Borsi, Balázs
  • Bajmócy, Zoltán

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    Tanulmányunkban összetett mérőszámok segítségével mutatjuk be először a magyar NUTS-2 régiók nemzetközi összehasonlításban nem túl kedvező helyzetét Európa regionális innovációs térképén, majd mélyebb, kistérségi bontásban ismertetjük az országon belüli - ugyancsak polarizáltnak tűnő - regionális innovációs képességeket. Ezt követően nemzetközi esettanulmányok segítségével igazoljuk, hogy a hazai régiók felzárkózásának egyik lényeges összetevője a regionális innovációpolitika gyakorlata lehet. Journal of Economic Literature (JEL) kód: O31, O38, R11, R58.

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    Volume (Year): LVI (2009)
    Issue (Month): 10 ()
    Pages: 933-954

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