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An Old Theory vs. Complexity – Federalism, Transfer System and (non)Growth

For a long time, economic literature (theoretical and empirical) suggested that one of the best performing countries (in terms of innovativeness, productivity, growth, democracy, decreasing inequality etc.) are those having highly decentralised system, the so called fiscal federalism and the associated transfer system. Germany is one of those countries. The apropos of this short rudimentary post is the recent evidenc
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Science and Technology Policy in the European Union – Innovation Leaders with Different Outcome

Kovács, O. – Orosz, Á. (2011): Science and Technology Policy in the European Union – Innovation Leaders with Different Outcome. The Annals of the University of Oradea, Department of International Affairs. (February 2011) Our study attempts to contribute to the better understanding of the economic realization problem of the European higher education innovations by using the science and technology policy approach. The
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