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Introduction: Local Economies and Global Competitiveness

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This book1 is concerned with the factors that shape the local ability to withstand, cope with and benefit from the increasing openness of the economy and focuses on the interplay between local and global dimensions, which constitutes the role of local capacities, opportunities and constraints.

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  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Local Economic Development
  • Common Pool Resource
  • Global Competitiveness
  • Spatial Inequality

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Dallago, B., Guglielmetti, C. (2010). Introduction: Local Economies and Global Competitiveness. In: Dallago, B., Guglielmetti, C. (eds) Local Economies and Global Competitiveness. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230294967_1

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