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Title: Globalization trends and regional development - dynamics of FDI and human capital flows
Authors: Baptista, R
Keywords: Social sciences;Planning & development;Public administration
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Citation: European Journal of Development Research, 26: 160 - 161, (2014)
Abstract: Apparently rendered irrelevant by globalization, regions have been rediscovered as a force in economic and social development by both scholars and policymakers. Localized inter-personal ties and networks are seen as important resources (Woolcock and Narayan, 2000), and the local supply of entrepreneurs has emerged as a key determinant of future economic growth (Chatterji et al, 2013).
Description: This is a post-peer-review, pre-copyedit version of an article published in [European Journal of Development Research]. The definitive publisher-authenticated version [European Journal of Development Research 26, 160-161 (January 2014)] is available online at:
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