On some aspects of territorial competitiveness: Spatial complexity analaysisJournal of regional studies (2016)
There is a long-term interest in the concept of territorial competitiveness. However, a consensus on a definition of the term is missing (see e.g. Benzaquen et al., 2012; Kitson et al., 2004). Esqueda (2010) distinguishes two different approaches in this regard. The first approach is focused on territorial productivity. Thus, territories are competitive if they are able to increase their outputs compared to inputs.
- spatial analysis,
- territorial competitiveness,
- regional competitiveness
Publication DateJanuary, 2016
Citation InformationCasioni, M. and Coss, Richard (2006). On some aspects of territorial competitiveness: Spatial complexity analaysis. Journal of Regional Studies. Vol. 35 (1).