Economic and business growth is driven by the continuous re-evaluation and optimization of current policies and practices. By implementing more effective procedures, businesses can increase their levels of competitiveness.
Factors Affecting Firm Competitiveness and Performance in the Modern Business World is an authoritative reference source for the latest scholarly research on the most appropriate measures and initiatives for firms to become more competitive within various sectors. Incorporating interdisciplinary perspectives through theoretical foundations and real-world case studies, this book is ideally designed for professionals, practitioners, upper-level students, policy makers, and managers interested in the optimization of business performance.
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Contributors from various areas of business investigate which dimensions of firm competitiveness are key, and which measures and practices are appropriate to identify and achieve effective and innovative business models that lead to competitiveness. Among their topics are competitor networks in manufacturing strategy and implications for performance, the competitiveness of Polish international new ventures from a managerial perspective, performance evaluation of hotel enterprises in Crete: a multi-criteria approach, the importance of the not-for-profit economy: competitiveness and grant-making foundations, and currency parity and competitiveness: the case of Greece.
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