REGIONAL WAY OF LIFE: FROM ESCAPISM TO SUSTAINABLE GROWTH
Welfare differences among nations and regions pose significant problems for their further development at the age of globalization. We argue that the Competitive Identity model as a possible solution is based on liberalism and vibrant civic society and whether it can work in a different milieu is questionable as much as whether the competitive model of life is suitable for implementation of the goals of sustainable development.
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