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The LEED Programme is dedicated to expanding its activities to reach out to non-member countries in the east and south. Currently, LEED is undertaking a series of seminars on clusters in transition economies in the framework of the Central Europe...
The aim of the workshop was bringing together some of the world's leading experts in the field of innovation research and regional economics in order to improve our knowledge on how regional innovation clusters work and how policymakers (particula...
The Central European Initiative (CEI) was founded by Austria, Hungary, Italy and Yugoslavia in 1989 and has grown to include sixteen participating countries. The primary goal of the CEI is to promote European integration and to assist non-EU memb...
Clusters in Transition Economies - Strategies for Innovation and Growth at a Cross-National Perspective.
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39th Session, LEED Directing Committee Meeting, OECD Paris
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is business's contribution to sustainable development.Today, corporate behaviour must not only ensure returns to shareholders, wages to employees, and products and services to customers, it must also respond to societal and environmental concerns.
This book identifies the strong potential of the local development approach to help regenerate the economies and societies of less developed regions and to bring greater local participation in the decision-making and actions that underpin restructuring.
This book sets out a vision of devolved economic development policies capable of responding to the challenges of globalisation. The key features in this vision are flexible and networked institutions and local strategies emphasising entrepreneurship, human capital and social
Partnerships are being established throughout OECD countries to tackle issues of economic development, employment, social cohesion and the quality of life. This book proposes a strategy that governments can implement to improve governance through partnerships.
This book sets out a potential response to two major challenges facing OECD countries: the "youth problem", or the need to ensure that young people can play a full role in society, and the need to foster entrepreneurship for job creation, innovation and economic adaptability.