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Model for Evaluation of Business Environment Quality

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VITURKA Milan ŽÍTEK Vladimír KLÍMOVÁ Viktorie TONEV Petr

Year of publication 2010
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference 3rd International Conference on Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Regional Development
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Faculty of Economics and Administration

Field Economy
Keywords Business environment; competitiveness; development poles; regional development
Description The paper brings some important results of a wide research study that is an output of the first stage of research project. The study is focused on the quality of the business environment in the Czech Republic. The evaluation is carried out at microregional level which is represented by 205+1 administrative districts of municipalities with extended competence. The final model classifies individual regions into five established types of business environment quality. This model is created with the use of a wide range of data aggregated to form key factors of business environment quality with various degrees of significance. On the basis of the composite evaluation of the position of the individual regions their centres are typologically defined as development poles of various significance and development centres with differently favourable business environment. The study is connected with the idea that innovations play an important role within the transformation to modern knowledge economics.
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