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Smart specialisations for voivodeships – the first steps toward improvement?

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Regional Specialisation and Economic Concentration in Romania

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Technological relatedness, knowledge space and smart specialisation: The case of Germany

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Smart specialisation as a new concept of the EU regional innovation policy

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Identification of Maritime Technology Development Mechanisms in the Context of Latvian Smart Specialisation and Blue Growth

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Regional Concentration and Specialisation in Agricultural Activities in EU-9 Regions (1950-2000)

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Regional specialization and geographic concentration: experiences from Slovak industry

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Ambitious or Ambiguous? The Implications of Smart Specialisation for Core-Periphery Relations in Estonia and Slovakia

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Smart Specialization and EU Eastern Innovation Cooperation: A Conceptual Approach

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Evaluation of Sustainable Development in Rural Territories in Latgale Region (Latvia) by Using the Conception of Smart Specialization

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