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2005 | nr 7 | 52--59
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Kooperacja w sieciach innowacyjnych

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Co-operation in innovation networks
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Artykuł omawia rozwój i znaczenie kooperacji sieciowej firm w gospodarce światowej. Autor wykazał związek między innowacyjnością, konkurencyjnością i rozwojem ekonomicznym różnych krajów.
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The article discusses the development and significance of enterprise network co-operation in global economy. The author proves the relationship between innovativeness, competitiveness and economic development of various countries.(original abstract)
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Bibliografia
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