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In the case of the EEOW (Envelope-oriented Equal Optimal Weights) index the optimality concept described above will be modified as follows.
In the context of the EEOW model six regional factors and two aggregated factors were identified as significant, see Table 2:
We present three different benchmarking indices, namely BEOW (Border-oriented Equal Optimal Weights), EEOW (Envelope-oriented Equal Optimal Weights), and SOW (Specific Optimal Weights), which have been constructed to assess the location quality of a sample of altogether 61 NUTS-2 European regions.