Economic growth and innovation in EUSALP. Local specificities and growth assets for the competitiveness of EUSALP.

Publications

Papers, studies, articles and interesting contributions about the Alpine Region

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Economic growth and innovation in EUSALP. Local specificities and growth assets for the competitiveness of EUSALP.

Roberto Camagni, Roberta Capello, Silvia Cerisola
19th Jun 2017

This work aims at identifying the territorial specificities of the EUSALP macro‐area, determining in particular its local peculiarities with respect to Europe in terms of territorial capital endowment – defined as the set of local, tangible and intangible, public and private, assets that constitutes the growth potentials of an area. This conceptual approach enables to highlight the relevance of specific growth assets for the building of a possible smart specialization strategy, where smart is intended in both an economic and territorial sense. 
 

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Compendium of the Smart SMEs project

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Report on Policy recommendations based on findings

Action Group 5 - Connectivity and Accessibility
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Building a Sustainable Network for Smart SMEs in the Alpine Region

Action Group 5 - Connectivity and Accessibility
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