In 1999 Sweden and Denmark were physically, linked for the first time by, a bridge bringing the countries even closer. The bridge connects the capital area of Denmark and the south part of Sweden in an area called the Oresund region. At a national level there is a mutual political interest to create an integrated market in the Oresund region and in a wider perspective the bridge is a physical contribution to the common market within the European Union. The objectives of this study, are to describe the characteristics of competition in Sweden and Denmark as a means to identify, barriers for companies in one country to entry, the construction market In the other country. The paper is principally based on two separate meso-economic analyses of the Swedish and Danish construction sectors presenting some basic characteristics in figures and facts.
|Titel på värdpublikation||Construction Innovation and Global Competitiveness|
|Status||Published - 2003|
|Evenemang||10th International Symposium on Construction Innovation and Global Competitiveness - Cincinnati, USA|
Varaktighet: 2002 sep. 9 → 2002 sep. 13
|Konferens||10th International Symposium on Construction Innovation and Global Competitiveness|
|Period||2002/09/09 → 2002/09/13|