The global competitiveness index of Central East European countries and its changes in the period between 2006 and 2014

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The fact according to which the small open market economics with developed public administration are capable of rapid growth has proved to be true in the third millennium, as well. It especially holds true for Singapore, Finland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Ireland and Denmark which also have a prestigious position in the Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) of the World Economic Forum (WEF).The countries of Central and Central East Europe more or less similar to them could be characterised by an improving economic position following their change of the regime and a painful transitory period. This process was closely linked to the integration process of the Central European countries to the EU. At that point the international analyses examining the development of the countries in transition judged Hungary’s competitiveness situation to be the best (ranking 27th place due to the radical economic reforms carried out previously according to the analysts)...

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Competitiveness, gdp, gci, analysis, correlation, ranking, country groups, multivariate method, microeconomic

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IDR: 149131178   |   DOI: 10.15688/re.volsu.2017.2.1

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