PUBLIC POLICIES AND TERRITORIAL DIMENSION AS DETERMINANT COMPETITIVENESS FACTORS

Galina Vasilievna, Anastasia Pavlychko

Abstract


Public policies, is the principled guide to action taken by the administrative executive branches of the state with regard to a class of issues, in a manner consistent with law and institutional customs. The competitiveness is the ability of a ' company, a public institution or a territory to provide competitive goods or services as well the ability to perform and resist on a competitive market. In the analysis of competitiveness is predominating the orientation towards reducing costs, in order to provide the market best possible price; in reality it is necessary to promote a different competitiveness, with emphasis on factors that generate development, and develop public policies from the territorial dimension, aimed at achieving competitiveness and local development.

 

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