Revisiting The Use Of Financial Incentives As An Instrument Of Regional Economic Development Policy: The Case Of Greece

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George P. Artikis
Andreas Merikas
George S. Vozikis

Keywords

manufacturing firms in Greece, financial incentives

Abstract

This study investigates the degree of relevance and effectiveness of government location policy to the locational criteria used by manufacturing firms in Greece, by identifying and describing the relevant and important factors for establishing an industrial location in Greece; assessing each location factors relative importance; and finally, comparing and contrasting the importance of financial incentives relative to other location factors.

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