Globalisation and regional economies : can OECD regions compete in global industries? / [directed by Mario Pezzini ; prepared for publication by Erin Byrne].
- Paris : OECD, c2007.
- OECD reviews of regional innovation
- Government document
242 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 27 cm.
- Industrial location -- OECD countries.
Industrial location -- Government policy -- OECD countries.
Globalization -- OECD countries.
- Summary in English and French.
- Despite concern about the negative impacts of globalization on the economies of OECD regions, notably the loss of manufacturing jobs and enterprise relocation, this report presents evidence that region-specific advantages - embedded in specialized firms, skilled labor and innovation capacity - remain a significant source of productivity gain for firms, even for the largest multinational enterprises. A new geography of production is emerging, based around both old and new regional hubs in OECD and non-OECD countries. National and regional governments in OECD countries are looking for ways to ensure that regions maintain a competitive edge in industries that generate wealth and jobs. This report looks at how different regions are responding to these challenges and the strategies they have adopted to support existing competitive advantages and to transform their assets to develop new competitive strengths.--Publisher's description.
- pt. 1. Final report. The reshaping of regional economies
Globalisation and the spatial reorganisation of production
How regions compete: building on strengths and identifying opportunities
Clear strategy, good governance
pt. 2. Summaries of region-sector case studies. Regional case studies in the automotive sector
Regional case studies in the biopharmaceuticals sector
Regional case studies in the ICT sector.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- Pezzini, Mario.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
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