Issues of quantitative assessment of the industry structure of a country’s region

Dainora Gedvilaitė, Romualdas Ginevičius, Andrius Stasiukynas, Neringa Slavinskaitė

Abstract


The competitiveness of a country’s region is significantly influenced by the structure of the industrial companies operating therein. Review of literature on the issue revealed that the majority of research is focused on a thorough assessment of changes to the said structure. It is an attempt to identify branches of industry the results of which are best for other branches. In other instances it is assessed with respect to exports of the branches, still in other instances the focus is on the economic results of the branches of industry. This allows us to conclude that today there are no methods for the complex quantitative assessment of the industry structure of a country’s region. The purpose of this paper is to reveal issues of quantitative assessment of the industry structure of a country’s region.


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