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Dimensions of Competitiveness

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Published by Edward Elgar Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Business competition,
  • International economics,
  • Political economy,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • General,
  • Government - Legislative Branch,
  • Organizational Behavior,
  • Competition, International,
  • Congresses

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    ContributionsAnglia Polytechnic University. Centre for International Business and Economic Research (Corporate Author), Lester Lloyd-Reason (Editor), Stuart Wall (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12563721M
    ISBN 101840645687
    ISBN 109781840645682

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    Downloadable! Dimensions of Competitiveness suggests that awareness of the impacts of this neglected dimension of competitiveness can, together with appropriate corrective action, significantly improve corporate and national performance. Reviews "The literature has long aspired to better understand how education relates, yes ‘drives’, a nation’s economic performance. Baumann, Winzar and Viengkham’s work labelled CDC (Confucianism, Discipline and Competitiveness) adds to this debate the dimension of ‘discipline’ as a driver of performance and competitiveness.

    Dimensions of Culture Table Individualism Rankings for 50 Countries and Three Regions 1 United States 2 Australia 3 Great Britain 4/5 Canada 4/5 The Netherlands 6 New Zealand 7 Italy 8 Belgium 9 Denmark 10/11 Sweden 10/11 France 12 Ireland 13 Norway 14 Switzerland 15 Germany (F.R.) 16 South Africa 17 Finland 18 Austria 19 Israel In the global financial crisis, competitiveness gaps between Euro area countries caused additional strain. This book discusses the various dimensions of competitiveness, with a special focus on Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. With products becoming ever more technically sophisticated and global interconnectedness on a relentless rise, quality, customer orientation and participation.


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Book January Even then, defining the dimensions of competitiveness can cause interpretative problems, due to the diversity and changeability of the potential and actual aims of the. Dimensions of Competitiveness Edited by Paul De Grauwe. Paul De Grauwe Paul De Grauwe is Professor of Economics at the Catholic University of Leuven, the author of The Economics of Monetary Union, and the editor of three previous books in the CESifo Seminar series.

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"This book takes the label 'competitiveness' as a fact-of-life and embeds it in sound economic analysis. If you are serious about improvement in economic policies for purposes of sustainable prosperity of your country and about learning the underlying economic rationale, read this solid book."--Jacques Pelkmans, The Jan Tinbergen Chair and Director, Economics Department, College of Format: Hardcover.

Dimensions of Competitiveness. Book Description: Competitiveness among nations is often approached as if it were a sports competition: some countries win medals, others lose out. This view of countries fighting it out in the economic arena is especially popular in business circles and among politicians.

Economists, however, take a very. Dimensions of Competitiveness Paul De Grauwe Abstract. Competitiveness among nations is often approached as if it were a sports competition: Some countries win medals, others lose out. This view of countries fighting it out in the economic arena is especially popular in business circles and among politicians.

This book takes on the. 'This collection makes a considerable step beyond the theories of Ricardo and Krugman, probing the nitty-gritty of international competitiveness and its underlying determinants at the organisational level.' - F.M.

Scherer, Harvard University and Princeton University, US 'Competitiveness is much discussed, but little understood. Scholarly empirical research on the topic is surprisingly rare. Dimensions of Competitiveness (CESifo Seminar) (Hardcover) By Paul de Grauwe (Editor), Jean-Philippe Cotis (Contribution by), Alain de Serres (Contribution by) MIT Press,pp.

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For Europe to proceed with convergence and to resist global competitive pressures, it argues that policies to boost productivity and innovation are vital. The case provides a platform for considering the strengthening of business competitiveness.

It encourages reflection about competitiveness whatever the nature of the organization. The lessons drawn from this case, thus, could appeal to any company because they highlight the challenges and opportunities that the search for competitiveness brings.

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Abstract. Competitiveness has different dimensions, and a product's competitiveness may change over time. Firms and product lines that once seemed to demonstrate a high degree of competitiveness in a given country sometimes retrench or collapse rather quickly .Competitiveness is one of the key themes in the current debate about national economic performance.

A vast array of statistical data is usually assembled by national governments to demonstrate a closing or widening of productivity or trade 'gaps' with other countries or groups of countries. The authors of this book argue that far too little attention has been paid to the often subtle, but.Competitiveness Review (CR) aims to be the leading platform for academic research and conceptual policy dialogue on the competitiveness of locations.

Competitiveness, understood as the set of factors, institutions and activities that enable a location to sustain a high level of prosperity and companies located there to compete successfully.