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Taking into account the country's unique geographic location at the heart of new Europe, this review analyses the growth factors and obstacles to territorial development in the Czech Republic and the promising signs of development of major urban centres and medium sized towns.
The 4th conference of the International Entrepreneurship Forum (IEF) will provide for research based insights and a forum for the sharing of experience-by policy makers and practitioners...
This publication examines how national and regional governments and development agencies can increase economic competitiveness by promoting connections to global knowledge flows. It is based on the findings of a study led by ...
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Building clusters in Croatia: achievements and perspectives of CEI-EBRD co-operation with Croatia
After the severe financial crisis of 1997-98, South Korea underwent numerous changes to address its structural weaknesses and widening disparities between regions and promote regional innovation. This review discusses South Korea's rapid recovery and its future territorial development.
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Download Mr. Xavier Greffe's presentation on Local Governance and Partnerships. This paper was presentated during the inauguration of the LEED Trento Centre.
Last Monday 16th February, as part of a European Cities Tour, the OECD LEED Programme hosted a delegation of 15 Latin American Leaders...
The OECD’s LEED Committee has been working for 20 years on the close relationship between entrepreneurship and local development, and it has played a pioneering role in the issue of women’s entrepreneurship.
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Click here to download the general presentation on “What LEED does for women entrepreneurs”
Organising the 2004 Olympics has proved to be a unique opportunity for Athens and the region of Attica. This review assesses their opportunities for further development but also the complex inter-related problems they face, and provides recommendations for the post-Olympic