Drivers Of Competitiveness

Author: Diego Comin
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN: 981470475X
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Unlike most existing books in the field, Drivers of Competitiveness is a self-contained case book ideal for classroom use. The cases in the book are brand new.

Australia S Competitiveness

Author: Michael J. Enright
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118497376
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All of these are important to competitiveness. Meso or cluster-level drivers
surround individual industries, providing their business ecosystem. These
include inputs involving geographic location (and what that implies for climate,
geology, geography, and natural resources), infrastructure (transportation,
communication, and IT, for example), financial inputs (financial institutions,
availability of finance, and cost of finance), access to business-relevant
information, access to input goods ...

Competitiveness Of The Asean Countries

Author: Philippe Gugler
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1849806748
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... source of FDI from developing countries (UNCTAD 2008 database). There
have been many studies on multinational enterprises (MNEs) from developed
countries, but studies of MNEs from developing countries, especially from ASEAN
member countries, are limited. While the main theories of MNEs can be applied
to both MNEs from developed and developing countries, the patterns and
underlying drivers and competitiveness of the two types of MNEs might be
somewhat different.

Competitiveness And Growth In Brazilian Cities

Author: Ming Zhang
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 9780821381588
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Notably, while other proximate determinants9 of GDP per capita can influence a
city's level of competitiveness, productivity is unique in being able to increase
without bound and, therefore, in being able to influence the long-term growth rate
of competitiveness. It follows that only through making longterm gains in
productivity can a city build competitive advantage and achieve a high level of
prosperity. Key Drivers of City Competitiveness The potential determinants of a
city's ...

Latin American Industrial Competitiveness And The Challenge Of Globalization

Author: Maurício Mesquita Moreira
Publisher: BID-INTAL
ISBN: 9507381848
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... domestically in heavy, capital-intensive industries. The 1990s were particularly
propitious for industrial growth: there was ample "spare capacity" for growth after
the lost decade, macro management had improved, policies on trade, technology
and FDI were liberalized, the private sector was unshackled and many public
enterprises privatized, and infrastructure and education were strengthened. But
the outcome was disappointing. The drivers of competitiveness do not seem to
offer a ...

Drivers For Corporate Competitiveness Intellectual Capital And Related Intangible Assets And Intellectual Property

Author: Kai Wright
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3656935955
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Drivers. for. corporate. competitiveness. Knowledge and competence of
individuals and their recognized value for successful and sustainable economic
activity is reflected in the term of intellectual capital. Companies that want to be
successful and play an outstanding role in the fierce competition of global
dynamic markets have to be able to continuously innovate. Competiveness more
and more becomes a question of the ability to innovate; Creativeness, ideas,
knowledge and ...

Corporate Responsibility And Competitiveness

Author: Gilbert Lenssen
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1846631467
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The World Economic Forum has made an interesting excursion into this field in its
recent publication on gender and competitiveness (WEF, 2005). In these and
other instances, such as the level of education of the workforce, the responsibility
driver of competitiveness being measured is broader than ''what businesses
choose to do'', and closer to a measure of a specific quality of the enabling
environment, which of course impacts on business and which is in part created
by business, ...

Regional Competitiveness

Author: Ron Martin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136012540
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Bases ofregional competitive advantage Fig. 2. Drivers ofregional productivity
used in UK regional competitiveness. skilled, creative and innovative people; to
provide highquality cultural facilities; and to encourage the development of social
networks and institutional arrangements that share a common commitment to
regional prosperity, are all key regional 'externalities' or 'assets' that benefit local
firms and businesses, and hence are major aspects of regional competitive

Changing Drivers

Author: Duncan Austin
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This work explores how emerging carbon constraints constitute a new influence on competitiveness in the automotive industry, creating both risks and opportunities for companies that could materially affect their earnings and ability to ...

What Do We Know About Namibia S Competitiveness Epub

Author: Mr. Ken Miyajima
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 1452730946
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C. Education. Beyond these institutional factors, education and training are
considered drivers of competitiveness. Education has been particularly important
for technological innovation. Unemployment in Namibia has been above 30
percent since the late 1990s, and low educational attainment and lack of skilled
labor, among other factors, are related to.