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Expanse Creative Economy and its Impact on the Less Developed Regions

  • Kloudova, J.

    (Bratislava School of Law, Bratislava, Slovakia)

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    The most significant changes which were related with ending of last century, Globalization, New Economy and Knowledge Economy, established condition for formation and development of Creative Economy, based on human creativity. The conditions for developing of Creative Economy are not in every geographical region the same. The aim of the paper is the allocation a new phenomenon of the production process inputs, human creativity, which due to technology and knowledge platform can significantly contribute to acceleration of economy growth, mostly in advanced countries. It can lead in biggest depth between less and more developed regions.

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    Volume (Year): (2010)
    Issue (Month): 5 ()
    Pages: 110-125

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