ECONOMIC INTELLIGENCE INDEX AS MEASURE OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC INTELLIGENCE CAPABILITY

A. Starostina, C. Adami

Abstract


INTRODUCTION:In the last decades, the expansion of the globalization phenomenon has started to revolutionize the world economy, making the different national economies more interconnected [3]. In that new complex environment, the risk for a country to lose its position of economic influence towards other national entities is increasing [7]. The Economic Intelligence (EI) is a new discipline introduced by scholars and practitioners, in order to develop and use information asymmetries [1, 2, 4, 5, 6]. A significant position of a country in the network of international economic relations constitutes a situation of potential advantages versus other states, and a measure of the national EI capability to face the threats associated to the new scenario.


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