THE RESEARCH OF THE GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS CHANGES OF THE BALTIC STATES

  • Ēvalds Višķers Rezekne Academy of Technologies
  • Jeļena Volkova Rezekne Academy of Technologies
Keywords: Competitiveness, Global Competitiveness Index, Baltic States

Abstract

The research is based on the results of the assessement of the „Global Competitiveness Index” introduced by the World Economic Forum. In this article there are explained the principles of index formation. The research of the global competitiveness of Latvia, Lithuania and Estland in 2009-2017 is carried out analyzing the changes in the dynamic of the competitiviness index of these states and the changes of their positions in the total competitiveness ranking. There are also determined the similar and different trends of the development of the index in each country and the factors that have influenced them.

Author Biographies

Ēvalds Višķers, Rezekne Academy of Technologies
PhD
Jeļena Volkova, Rezekne Academy of Technologies
PhD

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Published
2017-01-12
How to Cite
Višķers, Ēvalds, & Volkova, J. (2017). THE RESEARCH OF THE GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS CHANGES OF THE BALTIC STATES. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 20(1), 105-113. https://doi.org/10.23856/2012