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THE EFFECT OF SECTORAL DIVISION ON GDP PER CAPITA IN THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC

Peter Burger, Lea Šlampiaková

The presumption that the production structure of an economy is the fundamental determinant of economic performance has been confirmed by previous economic literature. There is growth observed in a country when the production structure is composed of commodities with intense returns (Reinert, 2008; Andreoni & Scazzieri, 2014). Moreover, Andreoni (2014) has noted that the proximate source of innovation is a further source of importance in economic activities with increasing returns. According to Fourastié (1951), sectors are developing along with technological and innovation developments, but not evenly. In the sectoral structure of the national economy of the Slovak Republic, the main focus had been initially on agriculture, fishing and mining, until the industrialisation process began.
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QUANTIFYING THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DYNAMICS OF A COUNTRY BASED ON THE LORENZ CURVE

Romualdas Ginevičius, Joanicjusz Nazarko, Dainora Gedvilaitė, Zdzisława Dacko-Pikiewicz

Today market players at all levels, from business operators to countries, strive to be competitive. This aspiration is not passive, and is not only about maintaining current positions. As a result of the global economic development of the world, the growth of global markets forces particular countries to increase the economic scale of the economic growth, otherwise they will lose their positions. The pursuit of an increasing share of international markets becomes the basis for a country’s competitive capacity. Only by keeping pace with the growth of the single market warranty that they remain competitive. Therefore, development becomes a hallmark of competitiveness. In this context, it is important for both science and practice to fully analyse the phenomenon of economic development.
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THE COOPERATION BETWEEN ENTERPRISES: SIGNIFICANT PART OF THE INNOVATION PROCESS – A CASE STUDY OF THE CZECH MACHINERY INDUSTRY

Jan Stejskal, Beáta Mikušová Meričková, Viktor Prokop

In recent years we have been able to see the growing importance of knowledge in the context of the emerging knowledge-based global economy (Miotti & Sachwald, 2003; Carmeli, Gelbard, & Reiter-Palmon, 2013; Prokop & Stejskal, 2015). Tödtling and Trippl (2005) suggest that there is widespread agreement in academic literature that knowledge, learning, and innovation are key to economic development and the competitiveness of enterprises or regions (and nations).
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Vazby lidského rozvoje na ekonomickou, sociální a politickou dimenzi globalizace

Aleš Kocourek, Pavla Bednářová, Šárka Laboutková

Prohlubující se globální ekonomická integrace, globální formy vládnutí a globální, vzájemně propojené sociální a environmentální rozvoj bývají často souhrnně označovány pojmem „globalizace“. V závislosti na individuálních preferencích žurnalistů nebo výzkumných pracovníků může být pojem „globalizace“ rozšířen o další významy, mezi něž patří zejména rostoucí vzájemné propojení trhů, omezování národní suverenity transnacionálními hráči, transformace národních ekonomik, rozšiřování nerovností a disparit, vyšší úroveň zapojení tzv. „vynořujících se“ trhů do mezinárodních finančních toků apod.
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Transformation of 3t Model towards the Comparison of Creative Centres within the European Union

Jitka Kloudová, Ondřej Chwaszcz

The creative economics paradigm is just composing nowadays. Most authors dealing with this topic take their own view on the creativity, and that is why the results reached are hardly comparable. This works perceives the creativity as a new element, which should supplement the existing economic growth theory based mainly on Paul Romer and its endogenous growth theory. The endogenous growth theory points out the necessity of human resource and investments in research and development.
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THE ANALYSIS OF THE CREATIVE INDUSTRY LINKED IN CONNECTION WITH THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Kloudová Jitka, Chwaszcz Ondřej

We consider the ability of creative thinking to be the basic element of the social development.This unique ability influences not just the quantity and quality of goods produced. It also shapes the socio-cultural development of a society. The influence of the creativity on the progress of the society is becoming more and more intensive.
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