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- Choosing Right from Wrong: Industrial Policy and (De)industrialization in Central and Eastern Europe
Working Papers, The Institute of Economics, Zagreb View citations (3)
- Regional Patterns of Deindustrialization and Prospects for Reindustrialization in South and Central East European Countries
wiiw Balkan Observatory Working Papers, The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, wiiw View citations (2)
- Do firms in clusters perform better? Lessons from wood-processing industries in new EU member states
Forest Policy and Economics, 2019, 109, (C)
- Spatio-temporal determinants of the structural and productive transformation of regions in Central and East European countries
Economic Systems, 2019, 43, (3) View citations (1)
- The development of competitiveness clusters in Croatia: a survey-based analysis
European Planning Studies, 2019, 27, (11), 2227-2247 View citations (1)
- (De)industrialisation and lessons for industrial policy in Central and Eastern Europe
Post-Communist Economies, 2018, 30, (6), 713-734
- CREATIVITY, INNOVATIONS AND FIRM PERFORMANCE IN AN EMERGING TRANSITION ECONOMY
Ekonomski pregled, 2018, 69, (3), 203-228
- Institutions and Firms’ Performance in Transition Countries: The Case of Selected Cesee Countries
South East European Journal of Economics and Business, 2018, 13, (1), 68-80 View citations (1)
- Trade liberalization and export transformation in new EU member states
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics, 2018, 47, (C), 114-126 View citations (3)
- The objective of this paper is to explore the intraregional and interregional relationships between employment of creative individuals in creative industries and the economic growth of Croatian regions. Spatial panel analysis is applied to assess the interregional effects of regional growth as well as interregional and intraregional effects of cultural and creative industries on economic growth in 2006–2012. While there is empirical evidence of positive interregional economic growth effects, the contribution of the creative potential to the growth of Croatian regions is found to be negative. These findings can be explained by overall modest representation of creative industries, particularly in faster growing regions, and the growth impediments imposed on creative industries by Croatian producers that mostly compete in standardized price-competitive segments of the market
Croatian Economic Survey, 2016, 18, (2), 113-138
- R&D Activities as a Growth Factor of Foreign-Owned SMEs in Croatia
Croatian Economic Survey, 2009, 11, (1), 73-93 View citations (2)
- Export strategies as a factor of SME growth in Croatia
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, 2008, 8, (3), 286-304 View citations (1)
- Innovation Propensity in Croatian Enterprises: Results of a Community Innovation Survey
South East European Journal of Economics and Business, 2008, 3, (1), 77-88 View citations (10)
- Energentska politika Europske unije i hrvatske perspektive
Ekonomija Economics, 2006, 13, (1), 195-220
- Institutional development and good governance assessments in Croatia: an extended focus on corruption
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, 2005, 2, (3), 226-241
Also in Zagreb International Review of Economics and Business, 2004, 7, (Special Conference Issue), 17-34 (2004)
- Evaluation of Croatian innovation capability
Chapter 6 in Croatian Accession to the European Union: Facing the Challenges of Negotiations, 2005, vol. 3, pp 129-159 View citations (4)
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