Published January 5, 2006 by Palgrave Macmillan .
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|Contributions||Krzysztof Piech (Editor), Slavo Radosevic (Editor)|
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The book covers one of the modern field of European economics: the knowledge-based economy. Since its creation is a goal of the EU set up in for the whole Union, the book should be interested for everybody dealing with endogenous growth, european integration and transition studies.
It is the only such a book ever published.5/5(1). After successful transition from a socialist to market economy, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe are faced with the challenge of how to catch up with the EU This book provides the first systematic analysis of how Central and Eastern Europe has been restructuring from a knowledge-based economy perspective.
Book description: After the post-socialist transformation, the issues of growth, development and knowledge based economy are back on the research and policy agenda for Central and Eastern Europe.
concerning the knowledge-based economy creation, especially in Central and East European Countries, like Poland, for instance. As we could notice the knowledge-based economy is aAuthor: Krzysztof Piech. The knowledge-based economy in Central and Eastern Europe: countries and industries in a process of change.
This book provides the first Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews -- pt. Dimensions of transformation towards a knowledge-based economy -- pt. III. Transformation towards a knowledge-based economy: country.
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