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COMPETITIVENESS AND CONVERGENCE OF CZECH REGIONS: PERSISTENCE OF DISCREPANCIES

David Martinčík, Marta Šlehoferová

Regional competitiveness is one of the current topics dealt with in works of many authors. It was brought into focus after the accession of the Czech Republic to the European Union, namely due to the possibility of drawing money from EU funds for regional development. These finances are used to increase the competitiveness of regions and decrease regional disparities caused by various factors.
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BENEFITS AND RISKS OF SELF-FINANCING OF NGOS – EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE CZECH REPUBLIC, SLOVAKIA AND AUSTRIA

Mária Svidroňová, Gabriela Vaceková

The impulse for processing the presented paper was a scientific research of John Hopkins University in altimore (USA) from which the results are studies which compare the inter country non-profit sector, describing the size and power of diverse indicators. The research was carried out in 1995, twenty-two countries articipated, among them the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Austria.
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IDENTIFYING KEY SUCCESS FACTORS INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURES IN CHINA: A FOREIGN PARENT PERSPECTIVE FROM FINNISH FIRMS

Xiaosong Zheng, Jorma Larimo

International Joint Ventures (IJVs) have been in a central role of global expansion by several companies [64]. IJVs are formed between two or more firms with different organizational and cultural characteristics. There are several advantages related to the IJV entry mode like the possibility for the local and parent firms to exploit complementary resources, innovative capacities and core competencies
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