The Baltic Region

2011 Issue №3(9)

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The Baltic macroregion: geographical macrostructures, communication features, innovative potential

DOI
10.5922/2079-8555-2011-3-8
Pages
61-75

Abstract

The article considers and assesses the influence of macro-geographical factors on communication behaviour of people in the course of transition to innovative economy through the example of the Baltic Sea region.

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