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Competitive Threat of Newly Emerging Economies to Lithuanian Low-Tech
Preface and Acknowledgements
Low-Tech Industry Scope in Lithuania and Impact of Newly Emerging Economies on Export Competitivenes of
1. Analysis of Lithuanian Low-Tech Industry
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Criteria for Identifying Low-Tech Industries
1.3. The Scope of Low-Tech Industry Companies in Lithuanian Manufacturing Industry
1.4. Conclusions
2. Distortions in International Competition and Emerging Economies
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Forms of Unfair Competition and Prerequisites for Unfair Competition in Newly Emerging Economic Centres
2.3. Pursuance of Competitive Conditions by Applying WTO Market Protection Measures
2.4. The Application of Market Protection Measures in Pursuance of Fair Competition in the EU
2.5. Conclusions
3. Study on the Effect of Newly Emerging Economies on Lithuanian Low-Tech Industries
3.1. Introduction and Research Framework
3.2. Changes in Intra-Industry Trade Indexes of Lithuanian Low-Tech Industries
3.3. Competitive Pressure in Export Markets of Lithuanian Low-Tech: the Role of NEE
3.4. Correlation-Regression Analysis of Exports of NEE and Lithuanian Low-Tech Industries
3.5 Case Study: Potential of Lithuanian Low-Tech Industries
3.6. Experts’ Ratings of the Impact of NEE on Lithuanian Low-Tech Industries
3.7. Discussion and Recommendations on Strengthening the Competitiveness of the Lithuanian Low-Tech Industries
Part II. The Retention of the Competitiveness of the Low-Tech Industries of Lithuania
4. Estimating Industry Competitiveness: A Theoretical Approach
4.1. Introduction
4.2 Factors and Indexes of Competitiveness
4.3. Framework for Measurements of Manufacturing Industry Competitiveness
4.4 Conclusions
5. The Revealed Comparative Advantage of the Lithuanian Manufacturing Industry
5.1. Introduction
5.2 Theoretical Aspects of the Revealed Comparative Advantage Approach
5.3 Lithuanian Export Specialisation according to the Revealed Comparative Advantage
5.4 The Revealed Comparative Advantage of Lithuania’s Traditional Low-tech Industries
5.5 Conclusions
6. The Structure and Actual Performance of the Lithuanian Manufacturing Industry: Added Value, R&D and Innovations
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The Structure of the Lithuanian Manufacturing Industry and Added Value Indicators
6.3 R&D Indexes and Innovation Activity
6.4 Conclusions
7. Evaluation of The Potential of the Lithuanian Manufacturing Industry Based on the Composite Index
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Theoretical Background of the Index of the Long Run Income Potential of Industry Structure
7.3 The Main Indicators and Ranking of Lithuanian Manufacturing Industries
7.4 Benchmarking Lithuanian Manufacturing Industries
7.5 The Potential of the Lithuanian Manufacturing Industry Structure on the Basis of the CI Index
7.6 Conclusions
8. Structural Analysis of Lithuanian Exports: Main Characteristics and Tendencies
8.1 Introduction
8.2 The Lithuanian Export Specialisation according to the Technological Intensity Classification of Product Groups
8.3 Lithuanian Export Structure according to Revealed Quality Elasticity, Factor Inputs and Labour Skills of Manufacturing Industries
8.4 Conclusions
9.The Main Factors and Policy Implications for Lithuanian Low-Tech Industry Competitiveness: Expert Evaluation Method
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Research Methodology
9.3. Results and Discussion
9.4 Conclusions
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