ENTRERPRENEURIAL CATCH UP AND NEW INDUSTRIAL COMPETENCE BLOC FORMATION IN THE BALTIC SEA REGION

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Eliasson, Gunnar ; Braunerhjelm, Pontus (2012)
  • Subject: Central planning; Commercialization competence; Competence bloc; Dual economy; Entrepreneurship; Experimentally Organized Economy (EOE); Foreign Direct Investment (FDI); Policy experiments
    • jel: jel:L16 | jel:N20 | jel:P51 | jel:N40 | jel:O50 | jel:L52 | jel:M13 | jel:P21

Historically, the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) has been an institutionally homogeneous economy, integrated economically and culturally through the sea lanes of the Baltic. After WWII the BSR was broken up into a dual economy, consisting of a poor Soviet block of centrally pl... View more
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