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CLUSTER OF COUNTRIES ANALYSIS BY RESPONSIBLE COMPETITIVENESS, NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS AND CORRUPTION

Mihaela Herciu

Studies in Business and Economics, 2008, vol. 3, issue 3, 29-34

Abstract: The Global Competitiveness Report, the State of Responsible Competitiveness and the Global Corruption Barometer elaborate annually a countries ranking that emphasize the progress or regress of each country. Using this reports the paper try to make a clusters analysis of world country by responsible competitiveness, national competitiveness and corruption. The main idea of this paper is to split the countries in three categories of clusters – innovators, asserters and beginners – in relation between responsible competitiveness and national competitiveness – and – stars, asserters and beginners – in relation between corruption and national competitiveness. Within the three clusters, countries may be able to improve their performance through real and suitable policies.

Keywords: cluster; responsible competitiveness; national competitiveness; corruption (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2008
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