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The paper focuses on the adaption of the theoretical models of the regional tourism competitiveness to the conditions of the Czech Republic. The authors of this study analyze a newly emerged theoretical model of regional competitiveness monitoring with respect to the current data availability. The ultimate aim is to specify a proposal for the Czech national tourism organization (CzechTourism) in terms of practical usage and monitoring of the competitiveness model. The principal question is how and why to monitor the competitiveness of a tourist destination at the regional and national levels in the Czech Republic. The next step of the project is the conducting of the research, testing of the model and the implementation.

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References Ahner D (2009). What do you really know about European Cohesion Policy? Notre Europe, Brussels. www.notre-europe.eu. (Accessed 20 February 2013). Annoni P., Dijsktra L. (2013). EU Regional competitiveness Index RCI 2013, European Commission, Brussels. Annoni P., Dijsktra L., Kozovska K. (2011). A new Regional competitiveness Index: Theory, Methods and Findings. European Commission Working Papers, n. 02/2011. Annoni P., Kozovska K. (2010). EU Regional competitiveness Index RCI 2010. European Commission, Brussels. Aranguren, M., Susana F., et al. (2010

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References 1. Annoni, P., Dijkstra, L. (2013). EU Regional Competitiveness Index 2013. Luxembourg: Publication Office of the European Union. 2. Barnes, A., Revoredo-Giha, C. (2011), “A Metafrontier Analysis of Technical Efficiency of Selected European Agricultures”, paper prepared for presentation at the EAAE 2011 Congress Change and Uncertainty, available at: http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/114807/2/Revoredo-Giha_Cesar_416.pdf (10 July 2016) 3. Chiu, Ching-Ren et al. (2012), “Decomposition of the environmental inefficiency of the meta-frontier with

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The paper aims to show relational resources as an increasingly significant factor in the competitiveness of territories. The authors argue that regions trying to increase their competitive position should undertake actions to facilitate the creation of a knowledge base and an institutional environment. This elaboration relies on the resource-based theory, used especially for analyzing relations between an organization and its environment. The paper presents theoretical considerations based on the desk research methodology and worldwide literature. Descriptive characterizations of two cases complete the presentations.

The paper presents examples of two regions from different socio - economic systems, illustrating the role of relational resources in their development policy. These regions are the Lodz Voivodeship in Poland and the Novosibirsk Oblast of the Russian Federation. In their home countries, both of them had a strong economic position before the 1980's, and in the time of today’s recession are considered as regions with a slightly above-average potential for growth and good prospects for the development of their economy. Their current competitive positions in the investment market, in comparison with other regions in their countries, are also presented.

The paper presents evidence that activities aimed at supporting relational resources (innovation policy, cluster development, cooperation between authorities and regional stakeholders) are conducted on a large scale. It also shows the importance given to relational resources in the developmental strategies of both regions. However, determinants resulting from the socioeconomic system and regional qualifications in the area of development management provide different opportunities to use these resources in practice.

Literature 1. Gołembski G. (ed.) (2008). Tourism as a regional competitiveness growth factor in the era of globalisation. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Akademii Ekonomicznej w Poznaniu. [in Polish] 2. Grabowski J. (2008). Determinants of the competitiveness of tourist regions. Ruch prawniczy, ekonomiczny i socjologiczny 70(3), 149-164. [in Polish] 3. Panfiluk E. (2011). Determinants and barriers related to the competitive advantage of valuable nature areas based on the example of the micro-region of the Białowieża Forest. In A. Rapacz (ed.), Tourism economy in a

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The article presents the process and effects of the emergence of smart specialisations in the Silesian and Warmian-Masurian Voivodeships. The starting point is the analysis of smart specialisations in the context of the development theories, which is followed by a discussion of the specialisations of the two voivodeships. This leads to the establishment of several doubts concerning the future situation of the peripheral region presented in the article.

References Annoni, P., & Dijkstra, L. (2019). The EU Regional Competitiveness Index 2019. Retrieved from https://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docgener/work/2019_03_rci2019.pdf Camagni, R., & Capello, R. (2013): Regional Competitiveness and Territorial Capital: A Conceptual Approach and Empirical Evidence from the European Union. Regional Studies , 47 (9), 1383-1402. https://doi.org/10.1080/00343404.2012.681640 Corinne Autant-Bernard, C., Fadairo, M., & Massard, N. (2013). Knowledge diffusion and innovation policies within the European regions