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Spatial concentration of workforce in economy sectors identifited by R&D expenditure in the European Union countries
The research covering spatial concentration originates from many trends in economic theory, e.g. neoclassical theory, new theory of trade or new geographic economy. The analysis of spatial concentration can be conducted ...
Usefulness of multi-criteria taxonomy in comparative valuation of stocks – the polish experience
One of the most relevant issues in comparative valuation of stocks is a selection of so-called “peers”, i.e. companies which may be considered similar to the one which is valued (where similarity means similar profitability, ...