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Competitiveness Review
ISSN: 1059-5422

The Competitiveness Review<> - published by Emerald - is a leading international platform for academic research policy dialogue on clusters, innovation and competitiveness. Accordingly, the Journal has a global focus, covering locations at all stages of economic development. The Competitiveness Review appears in collaboration with key academic and professional groups in the field of competitiveness analysis and policy, including the Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MOC) network (Institute of Strategy and Competitiveness/Harvard Business School) and The Competitiveness Institute (TCI) practitioner network for competitiveness, clusters and innovation.
Lately, a Special Issue<> that marks the 25 Years of Michael Porter's The Competitive Advantage of Nations as been released. The Special Issue features seven papers by renowned authors. You may access the articles by following the links below.
The Editors highly encourage interested contributors to submit their work/papers. Submissions to the Competitiveness Review are directly made using ScholarOne Manuscripts<>, the online submission and peer review system. More information and guidance is available here<>.
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Each paper in the Competitiveness Review is assigned a DOI® number by the publisher along with the author's affiliation. All published papers have undergone rigorous and anonymized peer review after a first selection by the Editors.
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The Competitive Advantage of Nations: origins and journey<>
Robert Huggins , Hiro Izushi
Competitiveness Review, 2015, Vol. 25:5, pp. 458-470
The Competitive Advantage of Nations 25 years - opening up new perspectives on competitiveness<>
Örjan Sölvell
Competitiveness Review, 2015, Vol. 25:5, pp. 471-481
Creativity, clusters and the competitive advantage of cities<>
Roger Martin , Richard Florida , Melissa Pogue , Charlotta Mellander
Competitiveness Review, 2015, Vol. 25:5, pp. 482-496
Competitiveness: from a misleading concept to a strategy supporting Beyond GDP goals<>
Karl Aiginger , Johanna Vogel
Competitiveness Review, 2015, Vol. 25:5, pp. 497-523
Theoretical and methodological advances in cluster research<>
Torger Reve , Amir Sasson
Competitiveness Review, 2015, Vol. 25:5, pp. 524-539
Twenty years after the Porter Report for Portugal<>
Vítor da Conceição Gonçalves , Fernando Ribeiro Mendes , Idalina Dias Sardinha , Ricardo Rodrigues
Competitiveness Review, 2015, Vol. 25:5, pp. 539-554
25 Years of "The Competitive Advantage of Nations<>
Christian Ketels , Michael Kaspar Keller
Competitiveness Review, 2015, Vol. 25:5

Best regards,

Philippe Gugler, Center for Competitiveness, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Christian Ketels, Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, Harvard Business School, USA
Competitiveness Review

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