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Fiscality - A Relevant Factor Influencing Regional Development in Romania and the European Union

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Sustainable Regional Development Policy in Romania - Coordinates

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Entrepreneurship and regional development. A bibliometric analysis

References Audretsch, D.A., Belitski, M. & Desai, S. (2015). Entrepreneurship and economic development in cities. Annals of Regional Science, 55 (1), 33-60. Ault, J. (2016). An institutional perspective on the social outcome of entrepreneurship: Commercial microfinance and inclusive markets. Journal of International Business Studies, 47 (8), 951-967. Benneworth, P. (2004). In what sense “regional development”?: entrepreneurship, underdevelopment and strong tradition in the periphery. Entrepreneurship & Regional

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A Place-Based Approach in EU Regional Development and Its Application in Latvia

References Acemoglu, D. (2010), ‘Institutions, Factor Prices and Taxation: Virtues of Strong States?’ American Economic Review, vol. 100, no. 2, pp. 115–29. http://dx.doi.org/10.1257/aer.100.2.115 Adams, N.; Alden, J. & Harris, N. (2012), Regional Development and Spatial Planning in an Enlarged European Union, Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing. Aghion, P. & Howitt, P. (2009), The Economics of Growth, Cambridge: The MIT Press. Alexiadis, S. (2013), Convergence Clubs and Spatial Externalities

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Tourism as a Factor of Regional Development: The Case of Eastern Slovakia

References 1. Andraz J. M., Norte N. M., Goncalves H. S. (2015), Effects of tourism on regional asymmetries: Empirical evidence for Portugal. Tourism Management, vol. 50, pp. 257 - 267. 2. Bohlin M., Brandt D., Elbe J. (2016), Tourism as a vehicle for regional development in peripheral areas - myth or reality? A longitudinal case study of Swedish regions. European Planning Studies, vol. 24, pp. 1 - 18. 3. Dwyer L. et al. (2004), Evaluating tourism’s economic effects: new and old approaches. Tourism Management

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Inter-Communal Cooperation and Regional Development: The Case of Romania

-communal cooperation and territorial planning units. In: Surd V. & Zotic V. (eds), The French experience and its applicability to Romania, rural space and local development. Presa Universitară Clujeană, Cluj-Napoca: 147-151. Săgeată R., 2010. Regional development in Romania. Geographical studies. Edit. Universităţii "Lucian Blaga", Sibiu. Săgeată R. & Simileanu V., 2007. Political-administrative decisions, a pressure factor for entrepreneurial initiatives. Geographica Timisensis , 16(1): 95-104.

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Regional development of Saldanha Bay region, South Africa: The role of Saldanha Steel

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Differences in regional development on the territory of the Republic of Serbia

hľadiska procesu starnutia v Srbsku (Spatial Differentiation of Ethnic and Linguistic Structures in Terms of the Aging Process in Serbia – in Slovak). In: Folia Geographica, Vol. 54, No. 19, pp. 37–59. European Spatial Development Perspective (ESDP): Potsdam, May 1999. Friedmann, J. , 1966: Regional Development Policy: A Case Study of Venezuela. Boston: M.I.T. Press. Grčić, M. , 2001: Komponente geografskog položaja Srbije (Components of Geographical Position of Serbia – in Serbian). In: Zbornik radova , Vol. XLIX, pp. 7–22. Hirshman, A

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Multiplier Effects in Local and Regional Development

Multiplier Effects in Local and Regional Development

The aim of the paper is to outline demand-driven multiplier mechanisms, the theory behind them, and applicable quantification methods (aggregate models and incremental methods). The authors discuss a number of key problems related to multiplier effects as fundamental mechanisms of local and regional development. The study of the magnitude, industry structure, spatial distribution, and key determinants of those effects can help understand growth mechanisms in local and regional economies and evaluate the advantages and disadvantages associated with new, e.g. foreign, investment. Furthermore, the results of earlier empirical studies of the magnitude, spatial distribution and determinants of multiplier effects are presented together with the outcomes of the authors' own study.

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Types and Systems of Actors in Regional Development: Their Function and Regulatory Potential

. SMEJKAL, M. (2008), Aktéři, stimulační a regulační mechanizmy regionálního rozvoje - příklad Pardubického kraje , Disertační práce, Prague: Přírodovědecká fakulta UK. STORPER, M. (1995), ‘The Resurgence of Regional Economies, Ten Years Later: The Region as a Nexus of Untraded Interdependencies’, European Urban and Regional Studies , 2, pp. 191-221. VOZÁB, J. (1998), ‘Regional Development Agencies in the Czech Republic: A Future Solution to Current Problems’, [in:] HALKIER, H., DANSON, M. and DAMBORG, Ch. (eds

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