Indicators of region’s competitiveness: European approach
The paper examines regional indicators developed by the European Union and used by the European Commission. The EU experience in the development of regions through promoting structural competitiveness against price competitiveness seems to be much more suitable to the Russian situation than the policy of competitive advantages based on extremely low wage and tax rate.
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Volume (Year): 2 (2005)
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|Note:||World Experience of Region Science, Regional Policy and Spatial Development|
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