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Hruška, Jan , Pásková, Martina
How do the national tourism organizations use the social media?

The research was motivated by the growing importance of social media in the marketing of the National Tourism Organizations (NTO). The NTOs of the top ten most successful countries according to the number of international tourists in 2016 were selected as a research sample for...

Langenstein, Tim , Vojtková, Anna , Užík, Martin , Ruepp, Andreas
Cross-border acquisitions in Central and Eastern Europe with focus on Russia versus Germany deals: an empirical analysis

Globalization, deregulation and the attendant liberalization of capital markets have made cross border mergers and acquisitions attractive to firms seeking to strategically position themselves within the global economy to take advantage of the opportunities that globalization offers. As a result, ...

Avlijas, Goran , Milicevic, Nikola , Golijanin, Danila
Influence of store characteristics on product availability in retail business

Stock-out event in retail business represents a situation in which demanded item cannot be found by customer in the expected location or is not in a saleable condition. Frequent stock-outs remain one of the biggest issues in the retail business because they directly contribute ...

Rosi, Maja , Tuček, David , Potočan, Vojko , Jurše, Milan
Market orientation of business schools: a development opportunity for the business model of university business schools in transition countries

The adoption of market orientation practices at the Higher Education Institutions is a rising trend, since the challenges of changing the global higher education environment raise a growing issue for meeting the needs of the global market. Developing an appropriate strategy to cope ...

Hewa Kuruppuge, Ravindra , Gregar, Ales
Survival and longevity of family businesses: a case of eastern business culture

The main objective of this study is to understand how Sri Lankan family businesses’ survive over the long term, across generations. Even though previous studies on Western business culture have adequately conceptualized operations family businesses, a huge knowledge vacuum and/or several...

Peterková, Jindra , Zapletalová, Šárka
Evaluation of the usability of selected innovation concepts for managing innovation activities

A significant number of enterprise owners and managers realize an importance of innovations for the future existence of their business and its development. It appears that in theory and business practice a number of innovation concepts can be found, however for managers and busines...

Kocisova, Kristina , Hass-Symotiuk, Maria , Kludacz-Alessandri, Magdalena
Use of the DEA method to verify the performance model for hospitals

This paper employs the method of data envelopment analysis (DEA) to compare the relative efficiency of Polish hospitals in meso perspective. It means that the indicators selected to measure the performance of hospitals were aggregated at the regional level (a level of 16 Polish...

Džunić, Marija , Golubović, Nataša
Perceived corruption in business environment: exploring the underlying causes

This paper presents an empirical contribution to the literature that tends to explain variations in corruption perceptions. Drawing on theoretical assumptions about the impact of corruption on the quality of the business environment, we explore possible determinants of perceived corruption. We&#x...

Remeikiene, Rita , Rozsa, Zoltan , Gaspareniene, Ligita
Assessment of the impact of the international trade in agricultural products on the EU economic growth

Although international trade is an incontestable driver of economic development, scientific literature still lacks the studies to assess the impact of the international trade in agricultural products on the EU economic growth. The agricultural sector is treated as specific in comparison to&#...

Li, Changxing
Evaluation of the financial and economic development of the European Union member states on basis of multiple indicators changed to multiple objectives

Innovation has received more and more attention in the European Union since adoption of the Lisbon Strategy in 2000. In 2010 the European Commission 2010; European Council adopted a new strategy, Europe 2020, which stressed again the importance of innovations. Therefore it is impor...

Škare, Marinko , Tomić, Daniel , Porada-Rochoń, Małgorzata
Exploring the gibson law in CEE countries using a time series approach

This study investigates the presence of the Gibson paradox in the transitional countries. The Gibson law has been a source of widespread academic discussion on the dynamics of long-term interest rates and the price level. Today the Gibson law re-emerges on the economic science ...

Szarowská, Irena
Importance of R&D expenditure for economic growth in selected cee countries

The goal of the article is to quantify the effect of R&D expenditure on economic growth in selected Central and Eastern European countries. From a methodological perspective, the research is based on Dumitrescu and Hurlin causality and the dynamic panel regression methodology, based...

Ryska, Pavel , Sklenář, Petr
Deflation and output across sectors: results for the Czech Republic

The present paper looks into the relationship between deflation and economic output. Previous studies relied uniquely on annual macroeconomic data on GDP and prices, which caused lack of observations on deflation. This paper uses panel data on 86 sectors of the Czech economy in...

Chan, Sok-Gee , Ramly, Zulkufl y
The role of country governance on value-added tax and inequality

Income inequality is a growing concern for regulators because it brings adverse consequences towards social stability, institutional stability and economic performance. One of the popular ways to reduce income inequality is through the implementation of Value Added Tax (VAT) despite of many&...

Albaladejo, Isabel , González-Martínez, Maribel
A nonlinear dynamic model for international tourism demand on the Spanish mediterranean coasts

Spanish Mediterranean coasts are a consolidated tourist destination and enjoy growing demand. These coasts receive the highest number of international arrivals in Spain. This paper has been developed to gain a better knowledge of the determinants of this international tourism demand. A ...

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