Edited by David Smallbone, Friederike Welter and Mirela Xheneti
This topical study focuses on entrepreneurship and economic development in Europe’s border regions. It highlights the effects of EU enlargement in these regions – both within the EU and in neighbouring countries – paying particular attention to cross-border entrepreneurial activity.
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- Cross-Border Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in Europe’s Border Regions
- Chapter 1: Entrepreneurship in Europe’s border regions
- Chapter 2: Consequences of EU enlargement for economic development in border regions
- Chapter 3: Trust, learning and cross-border entrepreneurship
- Chapter 4: Cross-border cooperation within an enlarged Europe: Görlitz–Zgorzelec
- Chapter 5: Cross-border cooperation in the Bulgaria–Greece–FYR of Macedonia triangle
- Chapter 6: EU enlargement and SME development in Moldovan border regions
- Chapter 7: Cross-border cooperation and innovation in SMEs in western Ukraine
- Chapter 8: Cross-border entrepreneurial cooperation at the household level: Belarus and EU countries
- Chapter 9: Cluster development and cluster policies in EU border regions
- Chapter 10: Governance structures and practices in cross-border cooperation: similarities and differences between Polish regions
- Chapter 11: Public policy and cross-border entrepreneurship in EU border regions: an enabling or constraining influence?
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