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LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY AS A FACTOR OF SECTOR COMPETITIVENESS Tomáš Volek –

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  title={LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY AS A FACTOR OF SECTOR COMPETITIVENESS Tom{\'a}{\vs} Volek –},
  author={Martina Novotn{\'a}},
  year={2016}
}
Competitiveness can be defined from microeconomic and macroeconomic perspective. Competitiveness at the level of countries or sectors can be evaluated by using different indicators. Labour productivity is one of the most important factors (indicator) which affects competitiveness. Paper is focused on evaluation of labour productivity as a factor of sector competitiveness. The objective of this article is to examine the sector's competitiveness in the EU countries and assess which countries are… 

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