TITLE

AN ANALYSIS OF THE CLEAN TECHNOLOGIES SECTOR IMPACT IN REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

AUTHOR(S)
ĐORĐEVIĆ, Dejan; ĆOĆKALO, Dragan; SAJFERT, Zvonko; KLARIN, Milivoj
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Metalurgia International;May2013, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p100
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Based on available literature and statistical indices the authors of this paper have presented a review of the impact of the clean technologies sector on regional economic development. Special attention is paid to countries in transition, in other words, to the countries of the West Balkan region and Serbia. Clean technologies represent the result of innovative action but they also imply simultaneous action in the field of the economy and environmental protection. This sector will represent one of the pillars of global economic development in the future. The clean technologies sector facilitates stable prices, especially in the energy sector, stimulates employment and promotes regional development. The implementation and development of clean technologies also requires respect for certain special characteristics in the process of marketing management and the common action of all interest groups on the level of the national economy.
ACCESSION #
86444099

 

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